Re: [siesta-dev] Re: the dev list is a go

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From: Richard Clamp
Subject: Re: [siesta-dev] Re: the dev list is a go
Date: 11:22 on 23 Aug 2002
On Fri, Aug 23, 2002 at 09:03:29AM +0100, Simon Wistow wrote:
> I was thinking about this ... how easy would it be to do a subscription
> plugin that completely generates a new Mail::Internet/Siesta::Message
> object with all the confirmation stuff in it and then pop it right to
> the end of the pipeline where it gets sent without the other plugins
> touching it.

And what exactly do you expect to be at the end of the plugins list?
For siesta-{dev,commit} it's currently Archive, though that'll get
rejigged soon enough (see my other mail)

> I can't think of an obvious way without it being a huge hack.

I don't really know the question you're asking.

If the question is "how do we send responses to users?" the answer is
"with a method on the Message object", which could in turn mean "it
invokes a method in Siesta::SendEmail which knows how to best send
email and is used by Plugin::Send and Siesta::Message"

If it's really "is the cookie stand part of the food court?"  then
the answer is "no, it's an autonomous unit for mid-mall snacking"

Richard Clamp <>

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