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Re: Bug#242419: general: need for a webbased BTS

Scripsit Frank Küster <frank@debian.org>
> Henning Makholm <henning@makholm.net> wrote:

> >> Not being able to set up an MTA does not mean being unable to
> >> communicate via e-mail.

> > If he is able to communicate via e-mail, there must be an MTA
> > *somewhere* which has been set up and is working. Why can't he use
> > that to submit his bug report?

> If he exclusively uses some web-based mail system and doesn't even know
> what a mail program is (or he knows one, Outlook Express, but has been
> told that it's bad), then he can't use this easily to report a bug.

Why not?

> And I wouldn't call these fields where you can type in the mail text
> "an editor", in there nothing works but the letter and cursor keys.

What is your definition of an editor?

Henning Makholm   "I didn't even know you *could* kill chocolate ice-cream!"

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