[antlr-interest] hmm...is this list still working?
joanpujol at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 04:23:11 PST 2005
I don't agree. I think that a mailing list is a lot better than a web forum.
Because if you (like me) several mailing list I think that's easier to
organize and read the posts.
(but.... it's a personal opinion)
On Sun, 9 Jan 2005 14:17:58 -0800 (PST), Prashant Deva
<prashantdeva at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Why dont you put up a bulleting board like 'phpbb'.
> I believe that is a better alternative than mailing
> lists, newsgroups, etc.
> --- Arnar Birgisson <ArnarB at oddi.is> wrote:
> > 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
> > 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.
> > Arnar
> > >>> 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
> > of
> > > yahoo, the web interface was convenient--you could
> > go browse messages
> > at
> > > leisure rather than having them buried in the
> > email pile.
> Do you Yahoo!?
> Yahoo! Mail - Helps protect you from nasty viruses.
Joan Jesús Pujol Espinar
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