Welcome to Project Lancelot
Project Lancelot's mission is to provide a light-weight, easy-to-understand, but powerful mailing list manager. (Yes, you have read correctly. Yet another one.)
It is called »Project Lancelot« because it will be a knight in shining armour who takes on the ugly giants and obese dragons that go by names such as »Mailman«.
This is a fairly young project and therefore these pages do not contain so much information. Consider the following:
- LancelotHowto -- How to set up and operate Project Lancelot lists
- LancelotUpgrade -- Upgrading from earlier versions of Project Lancelot
- LancelotFaq -- Some frequently asked questions (and answers)
- LancelotRequirements -- Requirement list
- DesignDocuments -- Project Lancelot architecture and design
- LancelotConfiguration -- Overview of Project Lancelot configuration parameters
- LancelotModules -- Overview of Project Lancelot processing modules
More specific information is in:
- ReleaseNotes -- The NEWS.txt file from the most recent release of Project Lancelot
- DeploymentHowto -- How to use Project Lancelot with various MTAs (mail servers)
- ExternalSqlHowto -- How to connect Project Lancelot to external SQL databases for subscriber information
- RemoteAdminHowto -- How remote administration (by e-mail) works
Project Lancelot is free software under the GNU General Public License. Feel free to visit the Download Area to get the current version, or get bleeding-edge code from our Mercurial repository. (If you make interesting changes and want to share them, let me know where to pull them from.). There is also a Freshmeat page for Project Lancelot.
Starting Points (for the Trac system used to maintain these pages)
- TracGuide -- Built-in Documentation
- The Trac project -- Trac Open Source Project
- Trac FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions
- TracSupport -- Trac Support
For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.