[antlr-interest] hmm...is this list still working?

Arnar Birgisson ArnarB at oddi.is
Fri Jan 7 01:34:04 PST 2005

You always have the archives:
http://www.antlr.org/pipermail/antlr-interest/. You can't reply
to messages there though.

Mailman can also be made to replicate the messages to and from an NNTP
server, for which there are numerous advanced web interfaces available.

Googling for "mailman rss" reveals several implementations, some
patches on mailman itself (see http://www.amk.ca/pipermail/rdfp/rss.xml
for an example), and some are scripts that harvest rss information from
the mailman-generated archives. Patching mailman would be the ideal
solution and http://rogue.amk.ca/pipermail/rdfp/2003-July/000200.html
looks promising but the author doesn't provide the patch. There is
another one at http://rdfweb.org/2003/06/mailman-rss/rsspatch but no
example output provided. These are very simple patches (mailman is
written in Python) so implementing/modifying one for antlr-interest
should be very easy.


>>> Bryan Ewbank <ewbank at gmail.com> 01/07 12:32  >>>
Might there be a way to get an RSS feed of the topics?  Alternately,
you can use rules to dump them into a separate place and then browse
them later...

On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 15:02:53 -0800, Loring Craymer
<Loring.G.Craymer at jpl.nasa.gov> wrote:
> I got this one.  It could be the interface.  Despite the downsides
> yahoo, the web interface was convenient--you could go browse messages
> leisure rather than having them buried in the email pile.

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