[Mailman-Users] The last release from the GNU Mailman project

Jim Popovitch jimpop at domainmail.org
Sat Feb 29 10:02:09 EST 2020

On Sat, 2020-02-29 at 16:28 +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Mark Sapiro writes:
>  > Well, Steve channeled me earlier, so I'll return the favor.
> And did it with extreme precision and accuracy.  Sorry if I created
> any misunderstandings.
> The only thing I have to add is that mailman-users at python.org is not
> going away.  Furthermore, I expect that Mark and I, at least, will be
> here for the foreseeable future.  That's because not only are existing
> Mailman 2 installations not going away any time soon, there's every
> reason to believe that people will continue installing Mailman 2 for
> quite some time (even if it might be more convenient for *us* if
> everybody would switch to Mailman 3 ;-).
> Steve

Steve, given your comments above, please expand upon this scenario:  If
a CSF/CSS is identified in Mailman v2.1.30 in May-2020, what will be
done to address it?

-Jim P.

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