[nSLUG] List maintenance

Joel Maxuel j.maxuel at gmail.com
Mon Oct 1 20:08:39 ADT 2012

Lovely.  A NSlug site that is NSFW.  The revisions are almost endless,
a dozen in the past four hours alone.

Oh the wonderful things that get overlooked on a system from scratch.

Joel Maxuel

On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 7:35 PM, Daniel Morrison <draker at gmail.com> wrote:
> There's a homepage! Whaddya know.
> I found it by removing the extras from the mailing list archives link
> at the bottom of email.
> MediaWiki, huh. Looks like it's been cracked. Click the last link on
> the main page (Statistics) and check out the 'most viewed pages'.
> Number one is:
> http://nslug.ns.ca/mediawiki/index.php/MediaWiki_talk:Imagepage
> Or just hit 'random page'.
> Hmm, I take it back. It hasn't been cracked; you just don't have a
> default edit password set!
> Anyhow, can't say I see a need for nabble, but whatever floats users'
> boats. I'll try to get you an mbox of the past year of posts so you
> can update pipermail.
> -D.
> On 1 October 2012 19:01, Ben Armstrong <synrg at sanctuary.nslug.ns.ca> wrote:
>> On 10/01/2012 06:52 PM, Daniel Morrison wrote:
>>> 1. The archives ought to be rebuildable in a single command
>>> ('/usr/lib/mailman/bin/arch nslug') assuming you have all the posts in
>>> an mbox in the standard location (usually
>>> /var/lib/mailman/archives/private/nslug.mbox/nslug.mbox)
>> Nope. As I said, the whole archives dir had wrong ownership. That
>> included this mbox, so nothing was written to it.
>>> 2. What the hell is nabble? Link?
>> Linked from our home page.
>>> 3. 101 characters is a lousy width to send email at. <80 chars please!
>> Fixed. Sorry about that. I rarely post using this particular mail client
>> and didn't notice that setting (which Thunderbird hides pretty well ...
>> had to go into the advanced config editor to fix it).
>> Ben
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