[Mailman-Users] Re: [Mailman-Developers] How to remove X-Confirm-Reading requests from mail headers distributed by Mailman?
andyk at spunge.org
Sun Apr 4 19:59:00 CEST 2004
> No. The critical point is "large enough". If their need is large
> enough they either will themselves, or will arrange for someone else to
> as their proxy.
I don't think so. If they ask for that on the list, that already means
that their need is large enough.
List-owners needn't to know any computer language, and in fact probably
most of the list-owners do not know any, and you shouldn't expect that
they will learn it just to implement a feature in mailman - that's an
> Frequently, near enough to invariably as to be easily mistaken for it,
> that is not the case.
People sometimes offer their code on the list (a few months ago a code to
add the links in archive, and now the quotation filter). It's now the
developers' task not to waste that generous offer and implement it in the
> Any decent engineer (or otherwise) can think of a thousand great ideas
> an hour. There isn't a particular shortage of such. There is a
No, they think that they have great ideas, really great ideas are rare.
> particular shortage of implementations of great ideas.
Sure, but still idea is first. Without an idea there would be no code.
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