At 06:39 PM 5/31/97 -0500, Ross Steiner wrote:
>Now, looking at your page:
>I feel quite uncomfortable about a number of things:
>1. "Become a Majordomo Dealer" http://www.majordomo.com/reseller.html
> Implies that you are selling Majordomo, which you can't
> and don't do.
I agree. It'll be yanked by Monday.
This was a thought that never matured to reality....
>3. "How Majordomo Got Started" http://www.majordomo.com/started.html
> A couple of levels down into the Web pages you talk about the
> actual owners of the software. (A couple of levels too low in
> my opinion).
Now, Wait a minute. The VERY first paragraph says this:
"Majordomo, the mailing list (a collection of scripts written in the Perl
programming language), was originally authored by Brent Chapman of
GreatCircle Associates, and released to the public in 1992; That was
A couple of levels too low? It's the first paragraph.
>To dispel this, you should really consider putting something like:
> Majordomo is Copyright © 1993-1997 Great Circle Associates, Inc.
>(with the correct starting date of course). You also need a link to the
>Greater Circle web page. I can think of two places, their name in the
copyright string, and on the How Majordomo Got Started page.
>Also, having a Majordomo Division seems totally outrageous to me.
Upon request of Brent, sure. No problemo. :)