On Monday 29 Sep 2003 6:01 am, Shuvam Misra wrote:
This is more trouble than I would be willing to
take just to let some
members of my mailing list see an interesting document I've found. But
if the rest of you think this is the way to go, I'm fine with it. I'll
just never make such documents available to the list, that's all. No big
It was never my intention to turn you off from sending information on the
list. you are a very active member of this group and I appreciate your
contributions :) We are all here to share knowledge.
Hey, no hard feelings. :) I know that if I really have super-duper
critical info to send to you guys, no mailing list software will stop
anyone... I am sure I email you directly. And if it is indeed something
that important, you won't mind the fact that it doesn't come through the
list. So, honestly, no big deal. :)
We should atleast try to get mailman remove html tags
Yes, on the archiving front, I don't know which program does the
archiving for this list. From whatever we've studied, Mailman does not
have any archiver built-in. You can use something called Pipermail, a
Python program, for this purpose, but Pipermail is no longer maintained.
Therefore, we've fallen back on Hypermail. It seems to be working
beautifully with MIME. The current archive for this mailing list doesn't
even handle MIME, it seems. You can see all the MIME separator strings
in the messages. This is too primitive to be accepted, I feel.
Any way I can help, let me know.