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: [ WARNING, From: let to the list to deal with ignorant MUA's ]
Or MUA's that don't meet your expectations.
: On Sat, Mar 23, 2002 at 05:23:35PM -0700, M. Warner Losh wrote:
: > "David O'Brien" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
: > : The RE's are wanting to ship 5.0 DP#1 w/this patch applied.
: > : If having 'AJ' by default is deemed not useful (by being removed from the
: > : DP), it sounds like we should just turn it off.
: > :
: > : Unless there is strong objection, I plan on committing this.
: > I think we should keep AJ enabled until at least DP2. It has found
: > bugs in the past, and I suspect that a lot of new code is going in
: > between now and then.
: Robert Watson feels that AJ caught bugs early on, but now only catches
: buts in 3rd party programs. As FreeBSD developers, 3rd party code cannot
: be our primary concern.
With trustedbsd stuff coming in, and other userland things being
imported from time to time, I think that it will still be useful for a
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