[Spambayes] Problem with SpamBayes POP3 Proxy: [PROBLEM SUMMARY]

Tony Meyer tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Thu Apr 20 12:24:14 CEST 2006

>> The more people that pester me to get a release done, the more
>> quickly it will be done
> Hell Tony, I don't want to annoy the sh*t out of you - I know
> what your position is with respect to studies etc.

I'm hoping for something between pestering and annoying <wink>.  It  
does give me an idea of how much demand there is for it, and keeps it  
at the end of my inbox where it's most likely to be noticed...

I do hope that a 1.1a3, 1.1b1, and 1.1 final will follow without too  
much delay.  I have a bit more time coming up (for a while at least),  
and some more time to work on SpamBayes, so it seems likely.

>> ... held up 1.1a2 by a year or so.  However, it is
>> now actually on its way (see previous message).
> I'm excited!!! Is this a long process?

Not normally.  This time is slightly more complicated, mostly as a  
result of not having done one for so long.  Really the only thing  
holding it up is that the binary (the Outlook plug-in part of it)  
needs to be build with Outlook 2000 (not 2002 or 2003), otherwise it  
won't work for Outlook 2000 users.  But I no longer have access to an  
Outlook 2000 install...so I put out a call (on spambayes-dev) today  
asking for help with this - I expect something will turn up in a day  
or two.

> Also, how do you normally announce when a new version has been
> made available for download? I need it as soon as it hits the
> shelves.

An announcement is mailed to spambayes at python.org, spambayes- 
announce at python.org, python-announce at spambayes.org, sourceforge sends  
an email to anyone "monitor"ing the spambayes package, and I update  
the website.


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