Geoff Hutchison (email@example.com)
Wed, 7 Apr 1999 19:19:33 -0400
At 3:27 PM -0400 4/6/99, Gilles Detillieux wrote:
>Well, it's not my call. Maybe Geoff or Andrew would care to comment.
I couldn't really care less. Berolist is certainly easy to set up, but
there's a lot of good list software out there. As long as we don't change
things significantly as far as setup, I don't mind. Adding subscribe and
unsubscribe addresses might help though. (You know, firstname.lastname@example.org,
>Personally, after looking at the BeroList source, I'm not really impressed
>with the quality of it. However, it does seem that my beefs are fixable.
Ditto. I haven't received any sort of message from the author or the
mailing list about some of the problems.
>the easy fix would be to set sender=list in the config files for the
>mailing lists, but then replies would go to the list. It would take a
>bit of hacking to allow a separate envelope FROM address, but it's feasible.
This is why I didn't set that option. Then again, I figured I wouldn't want
>sticking with BeroList, I'll try to hack it in the next day or two. If
>instead the plan is to upgrade to a better quality package soon, I'll save
>myself the bother.
As I said, I couldn't care less. I don't think Andrew cares either, he
suggested it because it seemed easy to set up and maintain. As I haven't
looked at UNIX list software in a while, I'm open to suggestions. Mailman?
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