Opened 7 months ago

Last modified 4 weeks ago

#3028 new task

Migrate mailing lists to Mailman3

Reported by: strk Owned by: sac@…
Priority: normal Milestone: Unplanned
Component: SysAdmin/Mailman Keywords:
Cc:

Description

See https://docs.mailman3.org/en/latest/upgrade-guide.html

Current debian stable (12) has Mailman3 by default

Change History (5)

comment:1 by neteler, 4 months ago

The mailman3 looks very good indeed:

e.g., https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/c/news/5

in reply to:  1 comment:2 by robe, 3 months ago

Replying to neteler:

The mailman3 looks very good indeed:

e.g., https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/c/news/5

That does not look like mailman3. That looks more like discourse they are using. You can tell by the url and the formatting of the page.

Discourse using /c for category compare the above to one of ours - https://discourse.osgeo.org/c/general/4

comment:4 by robe, 5 weeks ago

Interesting so they support both discourse and mailman3. I'm assuming because some people prefer mailman over discourse.

Though it looks like this HyperKitty thing is in addition to mailman3, to interface with mailman3 and not part of mailman3 because mailman3 pipermail was not sufficient for their needs. So question in my mind, is how much trouble is that to maintain in addition to maintaining mailman3. It's possible they are using HyperKitty I suppose because when they switched to mailman3 it didn't have all the features they needed.

in reply to:  4 comment:5 by jjimenezshaw, 4 weeks ago

Replying to robe:

Though it looks like this HyperKitty thing is in addition to mailman3, to interface with mailman3 and not part of mailman3 because mailman3 pipermail was not sufficient for their needs. So question in my mind, is how much trouble is that to maintain in addition to maintaining mailman3. It's possible they are using HyperKitty I suppose because when they switched to mailman3 it didn't have all the features they needed.

In https://docs.mailman3.org/en/latest/migration.html they mention HyperKitty, so I assume it is very related.

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