On Mon, 25 Apr 1994, Brent Chapman wrote:
> > I still say that [who] is one feature which users don't need.
> Well, I disagree with you
That's fine with me. Explain to me why users need this feature.
> John Rouillard is the current developer of Majordomo, and he apparently
> disagrees with you too.
That's fine too. You are all entitled to your own opinions; I've
certainly never suggested otherwise.
> If you don't like the "who" command in Majordomo, you have options:
> 2) Edit the Majordomo code (it's PERL, for god's sake!) to remove the
> "who" command.
Hello? Have you read my messages at all? Hello?
It should be clear that I've selected option #2, and at the request of
other list members I also posted instructions for implementing the
change. While the discussion of majordomo specifically is not entirely
appropriate, discussion of 'who' commands in more generalized terms
(like, "Why do users need a 'who' command?"), is.