Add archival options

Bug #987100 reported by Jeff Breidenbach
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Postorius
High
Florian Fuchs

Bug Description

Expose mailmans archival booleans as a tristate, either none/private/public or none/local/cloud.

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tags: added: mailman3
Changed in postorius:
status: New → Confirmed
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Richard Wackerbarth (wacky) wrote :

"none/private/public" is an access control policy selector. It does need to be exposed.

"none/local/cloud" is more of a designation of the archive location.
Since there is more "configuration" associated with the archive access, I don't think that this is a useful distinction.
Also, one server might be archiving various lists to a number of different locations.
And, do we allow for one list to be archived in more than one place at the same time?

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Jeff Breidenbach (jeff-jab) wrote :

The default mailman will allow, on a per list basis, configurable from posterius:

1) no archive
2) local archiving (e.g. pipermail or whatever replaces it, for example hyperkitty)
3) cloud archiving (e.g. mail-archive.com, gmane.org, or similar)

These options are expected to be available even on a default installation of mailman. Exactly what #2 and #3 will have some sort of default, which will be adjustable as a mailman configuration option. The is outside the job of Posterius.

To be clear, this bug is simply asking for the existing mailman tri-state to be exposed to Posterius, and suggests some possible names for the states.

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Terri (terriko) wrote :

Actually making archives work is going to require some work with postorius + hyperkitty + mail-archive, etc. but putting in the option (and perhaps a note saying that it doesn't currently work) is sufficiently beginner-friendly that I'm putting a tag on this and I'll try to find someone who can work on making sure the options are visible in the interafce.

Changed in postorius:
importance: Undecided → High
summary: - enable archival
+ Add archival options
tags: added: beginner-friendly hyperkitty
tags: added: mailman3-suite-blocker
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Saprative (saprativejana) wrote :

Florian Fuchs i am tryng to solve this bug. Please explain this bug to me.

Changed in postorius:
assignee: nobody → Yash (yashmehrotra95)
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Yash (yashmehrotra95-deactivatedaccount) wrote :

Hi.
I have submitted a patch for this bug. Basically I added the three options that were being discussed in the thread. I could not comprehend where the options should be shown, so I added them in the list settings page.

Please suggest any other changes that I may need to make.

Changed in postorius:
status: Confirmed → In Progress
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Florian Fuchs (flo-fuchs) wrote :

Hi Yash, thank you for your patch.

However, the way archivers are implemented in the core is a little different. Archivers are added by configuration and exposed by the REST API, not by category ("cloud", "local", ...), but specifically by name.

I have a long running branch that I have linked to this bug report.

Florian

Changed in postorius:
assignee: Yash (yashmehrotra95) → Florian Fuchs (flo-fuchs)
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Florian Fuchs (flo-fuchs) wrote :

The built-in archivers are:

- mail-archive.com
- mhonarc
- prototype

They can be enabled/disabled globally in the mailman.cfg, and on a per-list basis through the REST API.

The branch linked to this bug report implements the per-list (de)activation in the web UI.

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Florian Fuchs (flo-fuchs) wrote :

Implemented in Rev. #222

Changed in postorius:
status: In Progress → Fix Committed
Changed in postorius:
milestone: none → 1.0.0
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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