I will admit that documentation has not really been an area I have had
interest in, especially since the FAQ already recommends searching the
majordomo-users archives before asking the question. As all our replies
are archived, one problem is an easy to use search engine, and another
is the discussion of hardware, bandwidth, and performance matrix when
building a majordomo/list-server. Not that I would want to maintain
the FAQ either, but it also seems that many of the same questions that
do get asked here, should be added to the FAQ. Even if the FAQ says,
"ask for help on the mailing list", until a good 'canned' answer can
be provided. When lists do get this large, most of my experience has
been with commercial entities. At this point, economics 101 takes over
and tells me this becomes a real time and materials consulting project.
Stewart Dean wrote:
> I'm not the one to do it, but it seems like it's time for the right
> people to do this. This question comes up again and again and the wheel
> gets reinvented and the same holes get fallen into. Kevin Healy's been
> tasked with a 200, 000 list and apparently has already done a 100,000
> member list...
> Huddle guys...
> Stewart Dean, Unix System Admin, Henderson Computer Resources
> Center of Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York 12504
> firstname.lastname@example.org voice: 845-758-7475, fax: 845-758-7035