Despite it's moronic humor, this message actually points to something I'm
We currently run a listproc at our site (I'm in charge of it). Just a
few weeks ago, I noticed that net-happenings moved to majordomo, which
made me decide to at least evaluate it as well.
My question is this: are there any people here who's had experience with
both packages and can offer an un-biased recount of their experiences?
I don't want to start any type of "religious" war here so I'll clarify my
position right at the start: I don't really like listproc (especially now
that it's been sold) but I'm a little hesitant to jump into a new system
and the fact that Majordomo is written in perl worries me: I don't write
perl and I've heard it's rather a resource hog.
These are the sorts of issues I'm interested in. Any one else?
On Thu, 28 Apr 1994, Dave Sill wrote:
> >Thank for pointing out this additional "leak" in security for majordomo
> >lists. Are there any other good list management programs which don't have
> >these leaks and are practical to switch to?
> YEH D00D, I HERE LISTPROK IZ REELY K00L!!!!
> Dave Sill (firstname.lastname@example.org) I dream of a televisionland where it will be
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