opencore-listen 0.8.0

A mailing list product for Plone

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What's new in opencore-listen 0.8.0:

  • Port from opencore's override of the csv exporter: optionally include allowed senders in export; and always include a final item in each row of the CSV, describing the user's subscription-status.
  • Add export_messages_to_tempfile method on export utility which writes the messages' mbox to a tempfile and returns the (tmpfd, tmpfilename) -- this is better than writing to memory for lists with large archives. (Code written by slinkp in opencore -- i'm moving it to listen)
  • Make "confirm-member" behavior consistent with "subscribe" behavior: on a non-member-moderated list, both actions should allow the confirmation email to come from a different address than the original message, provided the subject is left intact (including both the pin and the original sender) * Handle non-ASCII characters in message subject
  • Fix moderation queue when non-ASCII emails are queued
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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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DEVELOPED BY:
Robert Marianski, Alec Mitchell, Chris...
HOMEPAGE:
trac.socialplanning.org
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Internet \ Plone Extensions
opencore-listen is a mailing list management application that integrates into the Plone Content Management System. It is based on the venerable MailBoxer Zope Product by Maik Jablonski, and offers most of the features of that product.

This product makes heavy use of Zope3 features within Plone via Five; it uses views, adapters, Zope3 schemas (add and edit views), local utilities, factories, and events. It is not an ideally componentized application because of its dependence on MailBoxer, which is used as the base class for the primary content type, and provides more logic/functionality than an ideal content class would. Hopefully, those parts which make heavy use of Five technologies can serve as a helpful example for those intending to use Five in their own products.

Last updated on May 17th, 2011

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