Due to changes in work and family I sadly cannot continue to support the
debian packages I have been handling. They are available for anyone to adopt.
knews - A tk/tcl based usenet news reader (no outstanding bugs);
zircon - An IRC client program (A new upstream version is out (1.8)
mh - The RAND message handler suite of binaries.
I was able to clear out a few bugs, but there are still some pesky ones that
remain that I hadn't had time or inspiration to exterminate. It is only
coincidence that my inability to maintain comes at a time when mh is the
presenting subject for traceability of source packages. There is a work afoot
called nmh that will make mh obsolete (mostly just because it will really have
an upstream maintainer), but its linux support is broken. If someone wants to
be a part of that program to develop a better mh with linux support, this
would be a good chance.
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