The last question on this. Thanks
I'd like to have the original list and how the application evolutioned.
This is because I'd like to use it as an example of a good work done for
people working on the same ideal and in need of a product that solved
something specific (on the internet of course). This is for a class on
computer science for a University outside USA.
What would be the best resource to study about this?. I bought a book that
compares different software for managing list of messages but it is not
enough for what I need.
Thanks in advance.
At 04:16 p.m. 02/10/00 -0500, you wrote:
>>>>>> "JB" == Jorge Biquez <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>JB> Is there a site where I can consult what's the "wish list" of the
>JB> features that users of Majordomo has asked through the years?
>Well, you could read the list archives. I don't think anyone ever
>collected every user request that came in since '92. But I did collect
>many of them as the initial TODO list for Mj2, and most of that is
>implemented already. So the current feature list might be a good start, as
>most of what's there is in because someone asked for it (or it's
>infrastructure for implementing things that folks have asked for, as with
>the case of access_rules).
> - J<