On Sun, 2011-04-03 at 09:59 -0400, Todd Zullinger wrote:
Andrea Veri wrote:
> I did the same on the Fedora Hosted mailing lists marked
> as inactive on my first cleanup stage.
> I committed your script into puppet and had it installed into
> /usr/local/bin since quite all the other mailman scripts were
> installed there and not on ~mailman/bin.
Being a mailman withlist script, it needs to be in ~mailman/bin. It
does nothing if run standalone (other than print an error because it
can't find the paths module, which is in ~mailman/bin). I've moved
the script in puppet and manually cleaned up the copy in /usr/local on
collab1 and hosted1.
1. you can do sys.path insertions to keep it out of ~mailman/bin
2. You can disable them from w/i the mailman web interface. go to
'privacy options' and then it is the first option at the top.