On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 02:04:59PM -0400, Barry Warsaw wrote:
My biggest priority is to ensure that Mailman 3.0 is usable even without a web
ui, and that major projects such as Postorius and HyperKitty can continue
making good progress toward their own releases with 3.0.

Part of the attraction in using Mailman 2, was that, for the majority
of tasks end-users want to do, they can do it via the web interface;
certainly an advantage over those "you have to do everything by email,
in the proscribed manner, to the right address" 'alternatives' (I say
'alternatives' as I don't think they're fit for non-geeks (and even
some struggle with those).

I would not roll-out Mailman 3 if there were not an end-users' web
interface, at the very least for subscription management/alterations.

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"No, we vote Conservative."
(Simon Hoggart, interviewing a middle-class
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