> >How about a commercial version based on Majordomo's already well oiled base
> >functionality? Assuming a very robust feature set, I'd be willing to pay the
> >price and suspect others would, too.
> Um, you don't get it.
> LISTSERV became a product because Eric Thomas wanted to make money off it.
> Nobody involved in Majordomo wants to make money off it. We want a tool for
> our own use... and if that means hacking Perl to get it to do what we want,
> and leaving it lean and building pieces on, so be it.
Perhaps. I guess I missed that statement in the docs, i.e. no intention
of ever going commercial or evolving into a full-featured MLM.
> If you WANT a commercial product, go to one. The fact that YOU want added
> robustness (whatever the hell that is) and added features doesn't mandate that
> anyone should add them. Hell, if 95% of Majordomo users wanted them, that
I suspect that I (actually Hewlett-Packard) will have to then. I know that
I'm not the only peron wanting added robustness (should be very clear what
that means), just the only one inquiring about it now. Again, I'd be happy to
be Majordomo's first commercial customer, and I'm sure not the last, but if
the author is not interested, that is his decision.
Signing off the list now, since I don't get it. So much for asking for new