Re: Hypermail package up for adoption
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On Sun, 17 Aug 1997 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> On Aug 17, Scott K. Ellis wrote
> > I no longer use the hypermail package and am willing to relinquish it to
> > anyone interested in taking it up. I've just uploaded a new version into
> > non-free which fixed all outstanding packaging bugs, and linked it against
> > libc6. However, there is one bug outstanding that I have neither the time
> > nor inclination to track down at the moment. I won't orphan it if nobody
> > wants it, but would appreciate if someone with a greater interest in it
> > takes it off my hands.
> While doing maintenance on my bookmarks file, I noted that hypermail is
> not-for-commercial-use (http://www.eit.com/software/software/hypermail/). As
> we already have a DFSG-free package with similar functionality (MHonArc), I
> propose to abandon hypermail.
I uploaded my latest release into non-free. I agree that MHonArc appears
to be just as good or better, but I don't know if anyone is using
Scott K. Ellis | Argue for your limitations, and
email@example.com | sure enough, they're yours.
| -- Illusions
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