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Re: [Nmh-workers] MH FAQ update

From: Bill Wohler
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] MH FAQ update
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2014 11:40:29 -0800
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Bill Wohler <address@hidden> writes:

> Bill Wohler <address@hidden> writes:
>> Ken Hornstein <address@hidden> writes:
>>>>okay -- i can accept all that.
>>>>but at the least the documentation needs to keep up.  mts.conf.man,
>>>>mh-tailor, the FAQ, should all mention that the basic client
>>>>connectivity has changed.
>>> Fair enough; that's a valid criticism.  The FAQ is Bill's baby; it's kind
>>> of out of date and I haven't really wanted to tackle it.  But I will take
>>> on updating those man pages.
>> Yeah, that's true, but then I haven't received any contributions to add
>> to it :-). 
>> I'll make a quick pass now and at least update the nmh version number.
>> If you see anything that's blatently wrong, please let me know. A FAQ
>> update can be pushed out relatively quickly.

If you have time over the long Thanksgiving weekend (for those of you in
the US) to send me updates, I'll incorporate them and push an update to
the git repository and FAQ servers next Sunday night. Thanks.


> I've updated the nmh stable update version number and a couple of other
> things. While not strictly FAQs, perhaps it would be good to make a few
> additions that point out things in other answers that are currently
> wrong.
> The original content of the FAQ came from the comp.mail.mh newsgroup. I
> haven't had access to that for years, which is the main reason we
> haven't had a FAQ update in a long time. Does it still exist? If so, is
> there traffic, and is there an email gateway?
> As I was reacquainting myself with the FAQ, my first reaction was to
> remove all of the obsolete text, or references to sites that were no
> longer available. However, I thought better of it. This document
> encapsulates the long history of MH. What do you think?

Bill Wohler <address@hidden> aka <address@hidden>

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