>Anyone who implements a change and opens it TO THE PUBLIC without at least
>2-3 days' dry-running should be shot.
1. Setting up a list is the biggest change. How do you start a list
without "opening it TO THE PUBLIC"?
2. In my posting I referred to a list that was very active and caused
problems because of the lock file problem. How does anyone, especially
a novice, test for that before the list is "open TO THE PUBLIC" in such
a way as to catch a problem caused by heavy activity?
3. There is no information in the documentation about "dry-running", and
running a list with just one subscriber is not much of a test.
Bill Silvert at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography
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