Several years ago Kevin Hughes wrote Hypermail to make electronic
discussions Web-browseable. Many of us still use it (for example, it
handles the archives of the lists to which I am posting this message), but
it has not been fixed or improved for quite some time. Now further
development of Hypermail is beginning again under the leadership of Kent
Landfield. In the message below he announces a mailing list for this
purpose. I urge anyone who is interested in mailing list management
software to sign up and help us build a useful (free) product.
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Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 18:42:08 -0500 (CDT)
From: Kent Landfield <email@example.com>
Subject: Hypermail Development
Hypermail development is starting up again with Kevin Hughes blessings.
I've set up a hypermail development mailing list to act as a forum
for us to discuss enhancements, bugs, etc.
The list is a majordomo-based mailing list. To subscribe send a
message to firstname.lastname@example.org with "subscribe hypermail" (minus
the quotes) as the body of the message. The Subject: line is ignored.
The list's submission address is email@example.com."
If you are interested, please subscribe.
Kent Landfield Phone: 1-817-545-2502
Email: kent(at)not-real.landfield.com http://www.landfield.com/
Email: kent(at)not-real.nfr.net http://www.nfr.net/
Please send comp.sources.misc related mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Search the Usenet Hypertext FAQ Archive at http://www.faqs.org/faqs/
Received on Wed Apr 22 16:17:46 1998