On Sun, Oct 08, 2000 at 09:43:01PM -0400, Brandon D. Valentine wrote:
> On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, attila! wrote:
> > I am perfectly well willing to maintain it in cvs format.
> You and a million other crusaders.
> Sorry to rain on your parade but what you're discussing borders on a
> religious jihad. Were we all not already tired of the endless
> flamefests that spawn from every discussion concerning the MTA in the
> base system, I'm sure you would have a mailbox full of flames by now.
> Sendmail is there, works, and is being actively maintained by a member
> of the actual sendmail team. That's far more than can be said for other
> parts of the contrib tree and if you'd like to help out I'm sure there
> are other areas that need more attention. I'm save you the frustration
> now, please, don't waste your time.
I am a Postfix weenie. I don't care what the "default" MTA that comes with
FreeBSD is, but I like that 4.x is better at giving you a choice in the
matter. If someone wanted to maintain Postfix in the FreeBSD source tree as
an alternative to Sendmail, I don't see what's wrong with that ... same for
Qmail and the like. The main objection I would seis that you're then bloating
FreeBSD's source tree with every MTA known to man. The answer? Jihad? Or
make EVERY MTA an option for the base system? Or just do as has been done for
time immemorial and leave Sendmail where it has always been ... :)
dannyman - http://www.dannyland.org/~dannyman/
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