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Re: [Nmh-workers] What are and what should be the qualifications for a current nmh user
Sat, 12 Jul 2014 06:37:17 -0700
Ken Hornstein <address@hidden> writes: (two months ago)
>I've thought about the nmh target audience ... I guess my thinking is
>the ideal nmh user be programmers who want a flexible MUA that can make
>use of many of the features of the Unix command line. I'd still like
>a user be able to walk up to a nmh installation and the basic commands
>be useful without any configuration, though.
I believe that I can be validly described as a programmer:
In the distant past I've programmed in C and C++. In the even more
distant past I've programmed in FORTRAN, assembly languages, and a host
of long since deceased languages. I have written widely used
applications. At this point I know Java best and strongly prefer it.
I now have installed nmh 1.6 to the point that if works well enough, though
not perfectly, for me. But I could not have without your assistance.
I don't know if, with the advent of MIME, any command line based Email
client, with "All Power To The User" is possible. But I hope that it is,
and that you guys don't get discouraged.
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