Future of CTM
Julian H. Stacey
jhs at berklix.com
Sun Sep 6 11:41:49 UTC 2015
> So if the FreeBSD project decides to stop hosting CTM
I Really hope that does Not happen.
> What is needed:
> * A Mail server.
berklix.org servers have been running majordomo for a decade or two,
if necessary I could easily add ctm mail lists,
In theory, one day berklix will upgrade to mailman.
I'm not pitching to take ctm to berklix.org, its just available
as a fallback contingency, berklix.org is just a couple of personaly
run servers, so CTM distribution is much better on freebsd.org.
> * A web page explaining CTM.
man ctm exists, but has no URLs, I will submit a PR via
> (But I doubt CTM will attract newcomers.)
People on list have mentioned some advantages, any on list could
(& one of us should) ensure ctm advantages are listed in 'man ctm'
or one of the URLS it will soon point to.
Julian Stacey, BSD Linux Unix C Sys Eng Consultant Munich http://berklix.com
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