On Tue, Jan 08, 2008 at 12:15:12AM +0000, Stephen Gran wrote:
> It looks like we have whitelisting for certain role addresses working
> correctly on alioth's mailman. Those interested in how you do these
> things (I had no idea mailman was so flexible) can take a look at the
> DebianWhitelist mailman handler on alioth.
> So, the good news is maintainers can stop having to worry about
> whitelisting mail from the BTS and dak and so on. This should stop
> some of the annoyance for people who handle those various role accounts,
> and also make sure maintainers actually get to see the mail instead of
> having to manage the mailing list interface all the time. So, if you
> have some manual whitelisting for debian role accounts in your lists,
> feel free to drop it now. If you read mail for a role account and
> get killed with 'pending' messages, let us know.
> M-F-T set to -devel, but you can send new addresses either to myself or
> to admins@alioth.
I just wanted to say a big "THANK YOU" for your work on this. Prior to this
change, I was unable to find any way to locally configure the alioth lists I
admin to allow all (subscriber,BTS,ftp-master,svn commit) mail through
without manually maintaining a whitelist of subscribers. Now all the good
mail is getting through, and I don't have to moderate posts (except
rejecting the occasional spam) or keep track of subscribers. This was a
long-time annoyance of mine, and I'm very happy to see it finally fixed once
for all. Kudos!
Steve Langasek Give me a lever long enough and a Free OS
Debian Developer to set it on, and I can move the world.
Ubuntu Developer http://www.debian.org/
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