[Mailman-Users] Headers and why they suck

David jebva at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 8 18:38:23 CEST 2002

--- Chris Hedemark <chris at yonderway.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-04-07 at 01:24, David wrote:
> >      The debate goes on I know, but here is exactly why these
> excessive
> > headers suck.  I want to set up a news list not a discussion list. 
> [lots of whining deleted]
> Maybe you selected the wrong tool for the job?
> MySQL, Postfix, Apache and a tiny bit of PHP scripting is probably
> all
> that you really need.
> In the meantime I'm very happy for the headers.

It is great that you like the headers.  You should be able to use them
if you want to.  I have no issue with that at all.  If I were running a
pure discussion list I may well opt for one as well.  The program is
damn fine and open source kicks butt.  Kudos for those who wrote it
spending all the time they did.  I just think that the way they say
that leaving the headers in is following standards and that there is no
option to remove them is absurd especially when that is not wht he
standards say.

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