On March 8, 2004 at 09:08, Brock Nanson wrote:
I should start by saying that, yes, I could install and configure and
test and modify and try to work this out for myself, but I don't really
want to spend a great deal of time on a dead end! Hopefully someone can
answer 'yes' or 'no' instead.
Have you searched the list archives? Blog-based archives have
been discussed before, and there is at least one user that uses
mhonarc for blogging.
Also, there is an example blog.mrc resource file in an appendix
section of the docs.
I had the brainwave that I might be able to adapt an email to html
conversion program to do this instead. So what I'd do is:
- email to 'blog(_at_)mydomain(_dot_)com', subject: <jobnumber><actual
content: <Actual Content>
- we use IMAP and maildir's, so this would end up in blog's maildir
folder as a single file.
- run mhonarc or similar at regular intervals to parse through the
maildir and check for new messages. If found:
- extract job number from the subject (this will determine the html
file to which message will be added)
- append actual subject and content to the page.
- ideally, delete the message when html conversion is complete.
Looks like procmail can be done to do all the pre-filtering and
to determine the proper mhonarc archive to add to.