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      • t42
        Hello. Is Hyper Kitty support other languages than English?
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      • mejo
        while packaging mailman3-core for debian, I stumbled across cron7crontab.in.in. Seems like that's a leftover from earlier times? at least it points to python scripts that don't exist at all.
      • are the tasks done by the daemon by now or do I still have to setup cronjobs for a functional mailman3-core setup?
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      • all right, fixed one more thing (perms for /var/{lib,log}/mailman were wrong)
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      • maxking
        mejo: sending of digests is supposed to be controlled using cron jobs.
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      • mejo
        maxking: can you give an example cronjob? the crontab template at cron/crontab.in.in points to python scripts that I cannot find in the mailman-core sources.
      • @prefix@/cron/checkdbs, @prefix@/cron/disabled, @prefix@/cron/senddigests, @prefix@/cron/gate_news, @prefix@/cron/nightly_gzip
      • maxking
        mejo: These seem like old ones.
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      • mejo
        i cannot find another reference to cronjobs in mailman3, also not in the docs.
      • so are you certain that digest sending is still done by a cronjob?
      • maxking
        The only ones requires are `mailman digests --send` which should be run based on desired frequency (when you cant to send digests even when the lists' side quota per digest is not done).
      • mejo: I am not 100% which part, but I remember from some mailing list discussion that periodic sending of digests is supposed to be handled by cron jobs.
      • Let me dig that convo up.