[tei-council] Setting up read-only access to TEI Council list?
gabriel.bodard at kcl.ac.uk
Mon May 21 10:07:07 EDT 2012
No I agree. If we're going to get this via Sympa eventually, then I'd
say it's not at all urgent.
On 21/05/2012 14:14, David Sewell wrote:
> OK, thanks all for the input on this. So the only question, I believe, is
> whether it's worth spending the time right now to implement some sort of
> list-to-RSS feed that would presumably work off the current HTML archives:
> Personally, I think Council's time is maybe better spent on other things, but if
> there's a quick way to implement this and I can facilitate it let me know.
> On Mon, 21 May 2012, Gabriel BODARD wrote:
>> This sounds exactly right to me. I have no objection to the list
>> archives being RSS-able; that could be very useful. (If it were already
>> available, I might have set that up myself and set the list to NOMAIL
>> while I was on research leave. ;-) )
>> On 20/05/2012 21:31, James Cummings wrote:
>>> It seems like we're coming to a consensus that:
>>> - We want the council list to be readable by anyone (as it
>>> currently is) and archived
>>> - We are willing to have it exposed as RSS/Atom for those who do
>>> want a 'feed' of some sort
>>> - We _don't_ want a second mailing list or subscribers with
>>> moderation flags set, or things like that.
>>> So, in the up-shot, no immediate change necessary but if DavidS
>>> does migrate us to Sympa and so RSS available, then that is all
>>> well and good.
>>> On 20/05/12 18:29, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>>>> Exposure as RSS is a bit weird for email. But, agreed, better than pseudo-subscription and the funny expectations that raises
>>>> Carved in stone on my iPad
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