[Mailman-Users] Mailman on Mac OS X Server 10.3: Outgoingmessagesstuck in qrunner/in folder
brad at shub-internet.org
Fri Dec 15 03:00:42 CET 2006
At 5:32 PM -0500 12/14/06, Todd Zullinger wrote:
> Apple does provide the source code for their mailman packages. You
> can browse it here:
Even if they have made the source code available for everything
they've done with regards to Mailman (which includes all their
proprietary management tools), this is not the same thing as
contributing that code back to the Mailman project.
Likewise, webmin also includes a component for managing Mailman, and
all their code is publicly available, but we don't say that webmin
has contributed all their code back to the Mailman project.
Same any other group that takes our code and makes modifications to
it -- even if they make all their source code publicly available,
that's not the same thing as contributing it back to the Mailman
> Compare that to cPanel where the best you find if you're not a
> customer is a half-backed and outdated patch (which I was provided
> only after persistent requests).
That is worse, yes. But that's also not the point.
> Disclaimer: I don't know anything about the Apple packages and the
> only Apple product I own is an iPod. :)
Whereas I was an Apple fan from 1982, back in the original Apple ][
days, and before the introduction of the 16K language card, the Apple
II+, the Apple IIe, the Apple //c, or any other more recent Apple
product. I've been a MacFanatic since December of 1983 when I saw an
early prototype behind closed doors. I've been a Mac owner since the
day when I bought a Mac SE -- before the internal hard drive model
I've got a long history with the company, but I'm not blind to things
that they do poorly. At least, not totally blind.
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