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all [ANN] [ANN minbox] Jul 29, 2019 21:39 CEST [ANN] nanolist Jul 8, 2019 19:14 CEST [ANN minbox] autolinking Jul 5, 2019 01:51 CEST [ANN] Mailing list Jul 7, 2019 13:07 CEST Re: [ANN] Mailing list
From: email@example.com Date: Jul 29, 2019 21:39 CEST (link/raw) [ANN] nanolist The fork of nanolist that runs this mailing list is now public. The diff is really quite small and does not add any new features. Right now, only the possibilty to resend messages as newsletters is planned. tutti : https://github.com/eXeC64/nanolist : https://git.fusch.online/nanolist.git
From: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Jul 8, 2019 19:14 CEST (link/raw) [ANN minbox] autolinking As of https://git.fusch.online/minbox.git/commit/7c39caf2.html minbox supports basic detection and escaping of links. There is also experimental support for tags in subjects (eg: "[ANN minbox]"). See the thread overview at https://inbox.fusch.online/git for an example. tutti
From: email@example.com Date: Jul 5, 2019 01:51 CEST (link/raw) [ANN] Mailing list Hello world, this is the new firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list. It is managed by a slightly modified version of https://github.com/eXeC64/nanolist that I will upload soon. The web interface at https://inbox.fusch.online is beÃng generated by https://git.fusch.online/minbox.git. Let's see how this goes tutti
From: email@example.com Date: Jul 7, 2019 13:07 CEST (link/raw) Re: [ANN] Mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > The web interface at https://inbox.fusch.online is beÃng generated by > https://git.fusch.online/minbox.git. To which I just made some changes. It now reads from stdin by default. That means threading can be achived by piping mthread into it. The sites on fusch.online have been updated. tutti