[Python-ideas] A service to crawl +1s and URLs out of mailman archives
wes.turner at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 17:52:46 CET 2014
cc'd here from
Open Source Mailing List Extractor
* incentivization of actionable crossreferences
* PEP research
* "is this actionable?"
* "are we voting?"
* Crawl/parse/extract links and +1 from given thread(s)
* Detect a few standard link types:
* +1s with expandable snippets? (like ``grep -C``)
* There could be configurable per-list link heuristics:
* Issue: https://bugs.python.org/issue(\d+)
* Src: https://hg.python.org/<repo>/<path>
* Src: https://github.com/<org>/<project>/<path>
* Src: https://bitbucket.org/<org>/<project>/<path>
* Patch/Attachment: http[s]://bugs.python.org/(file[\d]+)/
* Doc: https://docs.python.org/<ver>/<path>
* Wiki: https://wiki.python.org/moin/<path>
* Homepage: https://www.python.org/<path>
* PyPI pkg: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/<path>
* Warehouse pkg: https://warehouse.python.org/project/<path>
* Wikipedia: https://[lang].wikipedia.org/wiki/<page> --> (dbpedia:<page>)
* ... JSON-LD RDF
* This could - most efficiently - be added to mailman
(e.g. in Postorious and/or HyperKitty)
... looking forward Mailman3.
On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 10:47 AM, Wes Turner <wes.turner at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>Is there any way to recognize a Lightweight Markup Language doctype
> >>declaration, in email?
> > Maybe a Content-Type? But can you elaborate one what you're thinking
> Often, mailing list and issue text gets *worked into* docs.
> ReST in email may ultimately be a bit noisy and ultimately an unproductive
> On Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 1:32 PM, Barry Warsaw <barry at python.org> wrote:
>> On Dec 02, 2014, at 04:53 AM, Wes Turner wrote:
>> >Are the Python mailman instances upgraded to Mailman 3, with the Django
>> No, but we know there are people using it in production. I expect we'll
>> another beta before the end of the year and then I think it's time to
>> planning an experimental deployment on pdo. We have a few experimental
>> on mpo that we can convert and start playing with.
>> >Is there any way to recognize a Lightweight Markup Language doctype
>> >declaration, in email?
>> Maybe a Content-Type? But can you elaborate one what you're thinking
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