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Hi guilhem,

Am 24.08.2020 um 15:58 schrieb Guilhem Moulin:
On Mon, 24 Aug 2020 at 14:46:51 +0200, Dennis Roczek wrote:
Which feature do you have in mind here?

 * Posting from the web: I think Nabble's way of it is terrible: 1/ it's
   3rd party so we don't know how they validate accounts etc. 2/ they
   use the user's address as envelope sender and From: header but use
   their own SMTP client so it breaks SPF and other strict DMARC
   alignment checks one would normally want to do on a mailing list where
   there is potential of spamming thousands of users at once (and damage
   the reputation of our MTA).
Normally, beside the technical implementation and concerns: yes: exactly

   FTW I count 33 queued messages (not necessarily ML posts, might
   also include subscription requests etc.) from 13 different senders
   from Nabble in the past month.  In contrast we've archived over 1700
Because Alain just in this moment had a problem with sending a mail
(hence requesting more rights by contacting an administrator): most
"forums" / mailing lists are nether than less read only for mostly

Hence the low count of messages... :-(

 * Full text search, cleaner archive looks: we can easily tweak the
   template to allow for that.  I actually started working on that week
   in preparation for the FDO migration.

 * Feed: dunno if that's easily doable.
Feed would be cool, although I guess not many people will use it. (easy
implementation as it is the same only packaged in an xml)

We could also bridge the mailing lists with Discourse or whatever Q&A /
discussion platform we adopt, though having two authoritative sources for
posts sounds kind of wrong to me.
And still many do request exactly this!

(although you are right)


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