I'm also, in my *copious* (Sarcasm evident) amounts of spare time, working on a CGI tool that will do searches on archives between such and such dates, hopefully somewhat weighted. For now, your best bet is prolly the Hypermail/HTDIG solution.
Todd Lyons wrote:
> Steve Thomas wrote:
> > I'd like to be able to take monthly archives and make them searchable and
> > available without a great deal of fuss and bother.
> I use the archive function of majordomo (1.94.5) and then once an hour,
> rsync the archive directory to our web server. On the web server, once
> an hour I run a script (hypermail) which html'izes the archive files.
> On the web server, I also run once a day a search engine (htdig) to
> index the available information. Our site is still in development, but
> you can check the basework at:
> You'll see three directories. Pick one or more of them and check out
> the messages. One thing that is needed is a php script in that
> directory to dynamically generate a page with prettier links to the
> appropriate months. We'll work on that soon.
> Blue skies... Todd
> Most traditional Pee-Cee user groups, I've noticed, function mainly as
> commiseration societies for people who've bought lousy hardware, are
> struggling and wasting time trying to deal with it, and want to exchange
> coping-strategy tips with others in the same boat. -- Rick Moen
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