Re: INN packages
On Jan 16, Bdale Garbee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I think your attitude towards users of the Debian INN package (calling some
>of them "lusers", and copping such a big attitude towards what you perceive
>as "toy servers") really stinks. It strongly tempted me to just ignore your
My attitude does not change the facts: INN 2.2 is not suitable for a
big server and is not needed for a small one. So why forcing users a
*very* difficult upgrade (and do that two times, since upgrading to 2.3
will need manual changes too)?
>message, Marco. I would like to think we can have a reasonable technical
>discussion without needing to inject so much attitude?
You carefully ignored my technical arguments while replying to this
>I think you are confusing "stable" with something else. I believe that
Yes, I think a program should be *useful*, not just stable.
>stable release, and the majority of discussion in the various forums where
>INN gets talked about suggest to me that many sites are running 2.X versions
>quite successfully. There are certainly some substantial performance
That's weird, from reading inn-workers and news.software.nntp I had the
opposite impression. And the main INN developer stated many times people
should wait for 2.3.