>>>>> "RBAK" == Roger B A Klorese <rogerk@QueerNet.ORG> writes:
RBAK> Most of the patches I've seen have been "I want a different behavior"
RBAK> patches. I count maybe a half-dozen non-incorporated actual fixes in
RBAK> over a year.
I don't know; I've seen a lot of requests for access restriction, easier
list creation, more integrated digestifying, better archives, better MIME
handling, smoother installation, and a bunch of other things. Gee, that
looks like what I'm addressing.
RBAK> "The users"? Or 10% of the users? Or 5%? Or 1%?
You can't please everybody.
RBAK> I'll give Mj2 a shot, probably, but I certainly haven't seen much of
RBAK> any grat improvement in it, other than the need to be a Pine jock to
RBAK> use it, a pile of data structures most of us learn to give up on and
RBAK> hide completely after a few years of non-academic programming
RBAK> experience, and an abandonment of the simplicity that made me choose
RBAK> Mj1 in the first place.
Well, then it probably isn't for you. Sorry.