For anyone interested in majordomo on NT, I have 1.93 more or less
working on 4.0 Beta2 (should probably work on 3.51 or 4.0 RC2 as well).
It's very much a hack (in the tidyness/portability of coding rather than
functionality sense). I needed majordomo on NT right now, and haven't
have the time to get involved in the 1.94 efforts. So I've done a quick
and dirty "get it going" hack on 1.93, which I'll be using until 1.94 is
released. If it is still necessary, I'll then do a proper job of
porting 19.4 and submit the changes to majordomo-workers, to do with as
they see fit.
Anyway. Anyone interested in 1.93 on NT can subscribe to majordomo-nt
(in the usual way) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Policy is 'auto',
so you can specify whatever address you want or not specify any.
Cerebus is my NT machine, which is connected over a 28.8 dialup
(theoretically 24 hours a day), then through a busy and somewhat flakey
ISDN line, so "expect delays". It's also the NT version of majordomo
(obviously), so it'll probably be broken sometimes as I introduce bugs
whilst trying to fix bugs!
But you should be able to get subscribed. If you don't get a welcome
message within a reasonable time, mail me! Details of where to get
1.93NT and what to do with it will be disseminated on majordomo-nt,
rather than majordomo-users.
BTW, it's only taken about 4 days to get it running, and a lot of that
has been fighting with sendmail, bash, perl and NT (I've only been using
any kind of Windoze for about a month) rather than majordomo. Perl and
Brent Chapman rool.