HTML::Form's default is UTF-8, but Mailman deals with iso-8859-1 (or is it us-ascii only?) This avoids repeated double encoding issues when a form containing accented letters is submitted (e.g. in general/welcome_msg)
Last week I noticed that SourceForge runs some variant of Mailman for its mailing lists, so I tried to run my WWW::Mailman-based management script on one of its list. It does not work. One stumbling block is the hardcoded requirement for 'mailman' to be in the URL for the Mailman installation, but working around that (see the patch) wasn't enough, so I gave up. It would be nice if WWW::Mailman was Sourceforge-compatible. URL: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=73312
…ication Forms on sites behind authentication do not contains the credentials (userinfo) that were in the original URL, so filling these forms creates errors of type 401. The solution is to use WWW::Mechanize's credentials() to keep the credentials up to date every time the userinfo or the robot is modified.
New methods: * admin() * admin_general() * admin_admin_passwords() * admin_language() * admin_nondigest() * admin_digest() * admin_bounce() * admin_archive() * admin_gateway() * admin_autoreply() * admin_contentfilter() * admin_topics()