2009-12-12 : A Few Updates To Librelist
I’ve started working the ticket queue and managed to get out a few little annoying things that people wanted or that were missing. I’m still going to be doing deploys today in my attempt to get things cleaned up further, but so far I’ve done the following:
=== 2009-12-13 === 01:47:47 [3356e9d42c] *CURRENT* Stop altering the email addresses in the archives. (user: zedshaw tags: trunk) 01:40:30 [d7211e427a] The mailing list name is now added to the subject if not there already. (user: zedshaw tags: trunk) 01:29:33 [39d5ddc37b] New site layout done and pushed. (user: zedshaw tags: trunk) === 2009-12-12 === 23:36:37 [cc081005a1] Added the librelist website code. (user: zedshaw tags: trunk) === 2009-12-01 === 04:34:15 [0b6a443b36] Initial commit after moving from lamson project. (user: zedshaw tags: trunk) 04:32:14 [37f03800c8] initial empty check-in (user: zedshaw tags: trunk)
2009-07-19 : Librelist Is Now Fully Functional
Alright, I managed to get all of the basic features going for librelist.com early.
- Bounce detection is working great, but still needs more real world beatings.
- When you subscribe, if the list doesn’t exist, it sends you some possible similar existing ones, just in case you spelled it wrong.
- There’s now web archives (very basic) at /browser/ that you can browse.
- You can get the archives via rsync too, but don’t be a jerkwad about this. Find a path you want and then do
rsync -azv librelist.com::archives/PATHand you’ll get a maildir.
- Emails in the archive are stripped of most useless headers and the sender’s name is cleaned up a bit. It’s not fool-proof, but then again you are sending your address on the internets to a public list, so I hope you are wearing protection.
2009-07-17 : Site Launched
If you want to play with it, send an email to email@example.com and you’ll be able to test it out with a bunch of other folks.