Mail::LMLM::Types::Base - the base class for the mailing list types.
Extend the class.
%args keys can be:
The id of the mailing list - used for URLs, etc.
The base username of the mailing list.
The description of the mailing list.
The hostname where the mailing list is hosted.
The mailing list's homepage
The online archive of the mailing list (can be a coderef).
Guidelines for posting on the list.
Notes for the mailing list.
An accessor for the ID.
An accessor for the description.
An accessor for the homepage. (may be overrided by derived classes).
An accessor for the group base.
An accessor for the hostname.
An accessor for the online archive.
An accessor for the guidelines.
Render the subscribe part.
Render the unsubscribe part.
Render the post part.
Render the owner part.
Render a paragraph saying "None".
Render the homepage part.
Render the online archive part.
Renders the $desc using the rendered.
Render the description part.
Render the guidelines part.
Render something with the email address.
This is a helper for new(). For internal use.
This is a helper for initialize(). For internal use.
Shlomi Fish, http://www.shlomifish.org/
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