[sf-lug] What mailing list software/web interface does everyone use?

Chris Mason mason.christopher.thomas at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 19:25:46 PST 2010


Subject pretty much sums up my question: What mailing list
software/web interface does everyone use?

and what would be the web interface url?

i ask because i see a lot of discussions i wouldn't mind jumping in
on, but i'm a child of the "Discussion Forum"
generation/school-of-thought, which takes care of threading and
whatnot for you... and i don't want to be rude and have my
contributions appear unthreaded or out of order, etc.

_ideally_, i would like something that makes sorts the discussion by
subject, and refreshes in real time -- all to often, i happen to see
the SFLUG reminder notice the day _after_ the meeting at cafe

im certain there is something out there that does it. point me in the
right direction?



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> On 01/24/2010 11:49 AM, Michael Paoli wrote:
>> Installed OpenWRT on WRT54GS v1.0 - sweet! :-)
> Just curious why you wound up choosing OpenWRT rather than, say, DD-WRT
> or Tomato?  I've been researching these recently, in preparation for
> installing one of them on the new WRT54GL router we just got here in the
> office.  But I got the impression that OpenWRT didn't have much of a
> user-friendly GUI going for it, whereas the other ones did.  Am I under
> the wrong impression about OpenWRT?
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