Bug#560863: ITP: lamson -- The Python SMTP Server
I could not find it I most definitely would like to help on that
Can you send me the link to the project ?
On 12/12/09, David Watson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Sebastian Otaegui wrote:
>> Package: wnpp
>> Severity: wishlist
>> Owner: Sebastian Otaegui <email@example.com>
>> * Package name : lamson
>> Version : 1.0pre7
>> Upstream Author : Zed A. Shaw
>> * URL : http://lamsonproject.org
>> * License : GPL
>> Programming Lang: Python
>> Description : The Python SMTP Server
>> Lamson's goal is to put an end to the hell that is "e-mail application
>> development". Rather than stay stuck in the 1970s, Lamson adopts modern
>> web application framework design and uses a proven scripting language
>> * Avoid aliases forever! Lamson uses friendly regular expressions
>> and FSM-based routing.
>> * Use an RDBMS and ORM instead of a bizarre combination of
>> flat-files and hashtables!
>> * Get up and running quickly. Lamson can be installed and running in
>> 30 seconds.
> Hi Sebastian,
> Lamson is already packaged as python-lamson, maybe you would like to
> assist in updating the existing package.
> David Watson - Debian GNU/Linux Developer
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