Well, the 2.0 code has now successfully resent a message to a list. It
wasn't a big list but at least things didn't blow up.
>From here it's all adding in the functionality necessary for things to be
useful and fixing what bugs there are. I wouldn't exactly say that it's
all downhill, since there are still huge chunks of functionality missing
(archiving, digesting, and various important features in the rest of the
code) but I'd say that it's half of the way to being done and two thirds of
the way to being useful (where "useful" is defined as the point where I'll
be willing to run my lists with it).
More as it happens.