>>>>> "BR" == Brock Rozen <email@example.com> writes:
BR> Sorry, your definition of 'beta' is what I was talking about. When I
BR> said "actually use" -- I meant something that had all the features (90%
BR> anyhow) in.
That begs the question '90% of whose pet features'. Whether or not it
works does what you need it to depends on what you need it to do. But if
you want to base it on what 1.94 does (not counting anything that MajorCool
does) then I'd say it's pretty much there. The 'pretty much' depends on
how important digests are to you.
I still would like to see more testing done. Perhaps the relative silence
from the folks using it for real work (like the UMD folks) indicates that
it just works.
BR> Besides the "optimization" of digests and RFC1153, what else is wrong
BR> with it? If that's all, then it seems that digests are usable.
Well, it doesn't actually mail any digests out at all, so they're far from
usable. It goes through all of the motions of deciding which messages to
put in a digest but stops there. (Not useful, I know, but I've been
hammering out the internal changes necessary to make it go fast.)