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Re: Alioth: the future of mailing lists




On Mon, 18 Sep 2017 21:53:43 +0200, Alexander Wirt
<formorer@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>On Mon, 18 Sep 2017, Dominic Hargreaves wrote:
>> I have managed mailman installations for some time so I'm fairly familiar
>> with how it works, and have some time from November onwards to work on
>> this which I hope would be enough time to develop and implement a migration
>> plan. I'm CCing the alioth and DSA teams so they are aware of this.
>Do you have infrastructure for running it? 

How high are the requirements (CPU-, Memory) wise? I guess that one of
those 5 Euros a month VPSses with 50 Gig Disk and 8 GB RAM would not
be enough?

Unfortunately, my own virtualization box that has ample free resources
does not have IPv4. Would it be possible to have a Debian.org host
relay messages coming in via IPv4? Do we have a chance to share spam
filtering resources with lists.debian.org?

I don't see running the Mailing list server the biggest challenge.
Providing an acceptable spam filter is.

Greetings
Marc, willing to help
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