[ Jason L Tibbitts III writes: ]
> >>>>> "DW" == Dave Wolfe <email@example.com> writes:
> DW> How does one get a copy of the specification document?
> I think that's left over from when John was working on things, or perhaps
> even when Brent was still in charge. I've never seen such a document.
> Perhaps those interested could start writing one, though. I'm not really
> much for doing spec documents but I'll be happy to comment on one once it's
I would really hate to see *any* work done on 2.0 without a detailed
roadmap of where it's going. I'd be glad to work on 2.0 provided that
the requirements and specifications are well defined in advance. I'm not
saying they have to be cast in concrete, just that it's impossible to
achieve a goal with knowing what that goal is, especially when work is
spread over several developers on more than one continent.
> DW> Also, other than vague references to add-ins, I see nothing about the
> DW> proposed Majordomo client/server API that would allow Web/CGI, etc.
> DW> interfaces as well as e-mail for Mj administration.
> I envision this as simply a module that you can `use' that provides the
> necessary basic Majordomo functionality: a routine to subscribe an address,
> a routine to unsubscribe an address, a routine to return the list info. Is
> something more complicated required?
Absolutely. At one time there was a discussion on this list about
basically making Mj 2.0 more of a server for which the e-mail client was
standard, with at least a Web client envisioned. Although that doesn't
preclude a Majordomo module, it's certainly a horse of a quite different
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