About: Help us make the Debian CDs even better
"Help us make the Debian CDs even better" appeared in announce.
It suggested to use the popularity-contest package in support of the
Excellent idea! Way to go!
I install popularity-contest and watch cron do its weekly job of sending
the data to firstname.lastname@example.org
It uses sendmail which I never have used before. Reason: RTFM is a
daunting task here. Man sendmail says "sendmail [options] arguments ..."
and then lists 87 options and nothing about the arguments (although I
did not check each of the 87 arguments to see if that is true).
When I did "mail" (which I never use either) I saw that a mailer-daemon
had an error with this sendmail.
Did apenwarr ever receive the data from my system?
I decided to send the data to apenwarr myself with Mozilla (1.7b) Mail.
That resulted in "- These recipients of your message have been processed
by the mail server:
email@example.com; Failed; 5.7.0 (other or undefined security
Question: It appears popularity-contest has a hidden agenda and assumes
that the Debian installation it reports about contains an expert
Is there a chance to participate in the popularity contest for us
misinformed pseudo-Debian users that use Mozilla for all the mailing tasks?