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Re: [Pan-devel] Pan in Fedora Extras

From: robert mcdonald
Subject: Re: [Pan-devel] Pan in Fedora Extras
Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2005 13:26:49 -0800 (PST)

Charles... are you out there to opine on the topic of
getting a beta going any time soon?

I've been using the CVS version for a while and modulo
a couple of issues (the "slow download" issue we
discussed a month or two ago being the most egregious)
I haven't seen any serious issues. 

I'd really like to see the beta process get started...
the memory decreases are a VERY nice change. Its been
almost 2 years since the last one.  

--- "Michael A. Peters" <address@hidden> wrote:

> I maintain the pan rpm's in Fedora Extras for FC4
> As some may be aware, Fedora Core dropped pan -
> since I use it and
> nobody else was stepping up to maintain it, I
> decided to do it,
> packaging
> FC5 is in the testing stages now - I don't have any
> open bugs against
> pan that need resolving, but sometimes users don't
> report bugs to
> bugzilla. Are there any specific issues people have
> been having with the
> Fedora Extras packages?
> Secondly - is there any kind of an upcoming snapshot
> or release?
> I have not played with what is in CVS at all, but if
> there is a new
> release anywhere near ready, then (and only then)
> I'd like to play with
> it in the Fedora devel branch in case any issues
> with packaging it ASAP
> after release (ie a build dependency not provided
> etc.) exist.
> Finally - is anyone aware of a working patch to
> that allows
> use of smtp with authentication? It would be nice. I
> believe balsa does
> it through an external library provided by libesmtp
> - I think evolution
> does it through internal code. Pan doesn't seem to
> do it all, which is
> too bad because a lot of smtp servers now want
> password authentication
> before sending, including mine (
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