National mailinglists - why isn't it there yet?

Julian H. Stacey jhs at
Mon Mar 3 00:38:31 UTC 2008

Edwin Groothuis wrote:
> As a mailman-owner hosting about 60 lists, I can tell you that it
> is possible in mailman to set the owner of a list to a person who
> wants to have the list and let them handle the bounces and unknown
> messages.

Ah Yes, sorry, I was forgetting that, all thre lists I run bar 2
are owner=me, but yes majordomo supports per list owners too. 

> > What benefit/ trying to centrally administer foreign lists ?
> The benefit is that the remote people don't have to invest time and
> money in setting up a mailman infrastructure and going through all
> the learning process of getting everything right.
> It's not a "you must do it here", it's an "you can do it here".

Ah, I see your point.

Julian Stacey: BSDUnixLinux C Prog Admin SysEng Consult Munich
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