Roger B.A. Klorese said:
> Most of the patches I've seen have been "I want a different behavior"
> patches. I count maybe a half-dozen non-incorporated actual fixes in over
> a year.
I think we're splitting hairs here. Majordomo is designed for a very
specific purpose: you get it, install it, send it some mail, and it
distributes it. Naturally, all the tweaks & patches are going to
center around "behaviors" relative to those functions.
Roger's point about bloatware -- he called it feature-of-the-week --
is valid, but probably not applicable to Mj2 (save for my feature
request for dynamic lists :).
Not everyone wants all tweaks. But many will want most. (Actually, I
think its like getting a 350mhz Pentium to replace your 200. Sure,
you don't *need* it, but once you get it, it will be hard to go back.)