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[[User:MichaelRpdx|MichaelRpdx]] ([[User talk:MichaelRpdx|talk]]) 03:39, 26 June 2013 (UTC)
 
[[User:MichaelRpdx|MichaelRpdx]] ([[User talk:MichaelRpdx|talk]]) 03:39, 26 June 2013 (UTC)
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== RFC for re-organization ==
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The current Mailman page violates KISS.  Serving multiple domains email lists from a specially named host?  Let's get a simple, single list for a single web domain up first.
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Inserting a base config section to get the reader up and configured with the default ''mailman'' list and a custom named list  all of which is accessed through http:// www.example.org/''lists''/ URL would seem to be an improvement.  The introduce serving lists for other web spaces, etc.
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Comments?
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[[User:MichaelRpdx|MichaelRpdx]] ([[User talk:MichaelRpdx|talk]]) 13:29, 26 June 2013 (UTC)

Revision as of 13:29, 26 June 2013

Purpose of this Page

To extend comments on changes and discuss restucturing.

MichaelRpdx (talk) 03:39, 26 June 2013 (UTC)

Broken Apache Config June 2013

Researching a formum call for help I discovered the procedures, at least with respect to Apache intergration were broken. Links to maillist information pages were broken.

I worked out a solution for Watnuss and applied the changes to this page. I made the change Apache specific because:

  • The lighttpd integration does work
  • My nginx installation gives 502 errors and I can't verify if the procedures are correct.
  • It seemed best to make a single change

MichaelRpdx (talk) 03:39, 26 June 2013 (UTC)

RFC for re-organization

The current Mailman page violates KISS. Serving multiple domains email lists from a specially named host? Let's get a simple, single list for a single web domain up first.

Inserting a base config section to get the reader up and configured with the default mailman list and a custom named list all of which is accessed through http:// www.example.org/lists/ URL would seem to be an improvement. The introduce serving lists for other web spaces, etc.

Comments?

MichaelRpdx (talk) 13:29, 26 June 2013 (UTC)