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[Bug 185535] New: Review Request: lurker



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https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=185535

           Summary: Review Request: lurker
           Product: Fedora Extras
           Version: devel
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: normal
         Component: Package Review
        AssignedTo: bugzilla-sink leemhuis info
        ReportedBy: jdennis redhat com
         QAContact: fedora-extras-list redhat com


Spec: http://people.redhat.com/jdennis/lurker.spec
SRPM: http://people.redhat.com/jdennis/lurker-1.3-4.src.rpm

Description:

I have packaged the Lurker (http://lurker.sourceforge.net) mail archiver.

Lurker is a mailing list archiver with a web interface. It features
fast complex searches, chronological threading, message threading
navigation, mime handling, file attachment support, multi language
suport, web server caching for efficiency, and it has customizable
output via it's use of XML/XSLT.

Lurker is currently the mail archiver used on Debian as well as a number of other sites, to date there has been no RPM for it, this corrects that.

I did have modify the current configure.ac so that I could produce an installation which conformed to the preferred Red Hat directory layout, that patch will be submitted upstream, very briefly it adds the following arguments to configure (their values default to match upstream):

--with-wwwdir         [web server installation root]
--with-cgidir=DIR     [where cgi scripts are installed]
--with-dbdir=DIR      [location of database files)]

The RPM also adds an httpd conf file which is absent in upstream where it is incumbant on person to edit the httpd.conf and from traffic on the mailing list seems to be the source of much user confusion, hopefully this will eliminate what has seemed to be a tedious installation step in the past.

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