I believe the idea of having just one approve <password> at the beginning
of a message is highly intuitive and efficient. Nobody likes to repeat
the password for each line, even with cut & paste. I don't (but then I
just vi the config file...). But I feel the average list administrator will
On Sat, 14 Dec 1996, Alan Millar wrote:
> I have an idea for a syntax construct.
> we could instead do:
> approve password
> subscribe mylist user1@address1
> subscribe mylist user2@address2
> which jsmith
> The companion "configshow" command would return something like:
> configset listname option1=value
> configset listname option2=value
> configset listname option3=value
how about just 'set' instead of 'configset'? :-)
set listname option1=value
> and it could be edited and sent back simply by adding a one-line
> "approve password" to the top of it.
yes, this is self intuitive. $vote_yes++;
Carlos M. Gutierrez
Puerto Rico Internet Corp.
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