Since I commented about this here in the first place, I thing I should
mention that the listproc folks are working to make the text files
available in an obvious place. There seems to be some confusion about
exactly how it will be done. and apparently they were always available in
CVS, there was just no instruction to go and look there.
So, whereas things are still being put together, it does seem to be the
listproc publisher's intention to make a complete set of installation files
available. I have to admit that I was questioning this, but it is clear
that I was premature.
At 03:53 PM 2002-02-13 -0800, Michael Coxe wrote:
>If you want to take a look-see/use/contribute-to an industrial
>strength mailing-list manager, CREN's ListProc was has been
>open-sourced and made available via Sourceforge.
> - michael
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