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Anybody encountered that problem with
lein deploy clojars on linux:
... Could not sign /home/ul/Projects/freactive.core/target/freactive.core-0.2.2.jar gpg: signing failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device gpg: signing failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
@plexus: I have a mailing list for Cursive, and I would love to not be managing it myself
@plexus: Or to be managing it but have it be easier and prettier than it currently is.
Ok, interesting, that was always what put me off using Discourse - it seemed to be set up for it in theory, but not in practice
I've been using it for chestnut for a while now and all the mailing list features are there now
not too difficult. it checks a regular pop3 account for incoming mail, and uses mandrill for outgoing mail
so a couple settings in different places you need to know where to find but all in all it's pretty smooth
e.g. discourse will warn you if a post you're writing is similar to one that already exists, but it will only look in the current category
Ok, thanks, that’s interesting. I’ll take a look. I think ideally I’d like something to be hosted under the Cursive domain, but it looks very nice.
here's some more info on the intent and motivation http://clojureverse.org/t/soft-launching-clojureverse-org/105
I definitely need a better solution than my current one. I’m actually very happy with the mailing list I use, but the web UI I had to write myself and is totally ghetto.
that's really the problem these days... GNU mailman is still totally fine, except the web UI is something out of the stone age
I like this, which was my main motivation: The most popular alternative, Google Groups, is hosted by a massive corporate entity with dubious intentions.
we tried librelist for a while for emacs berlin, but it also has its problems and isn't very actively maintained or managed
I’ve been trying to de-googlify my life but it’s surprisingly annoying and hard to do.
for those that do have http://yourname.com email address, what do you use for the <user>@yourname.com?