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Re: [tlug] A few SPAM questions...
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>>>>> "Darren" == Darren Cook <email@example.com> writes: Darren> At which point, "Why bother?" seems a reasonable Darren> question. Exim is powerful (*) and has a standard GPL Darren> license. Because depending on your viewpoint, qmail has either no bugs, or one bug (that bug being DJB himself). All of DJB's detractors that I've given sufficient amounts of beer to admit that his software is damn good. All that the qmail license does is force distributors to do the RightThang[tm]: distribute as source+patches, and compile on the spot. I'd be willing to bet that Wiley X himself has not that much objection to the qmail license (but he's of the "one-bug" school of thought). -- Institute of Policy and Planning Sciences http://turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp University of Tsukuba Tennodai 1-1-1 Tsukuba 305-8573 JAPAN Don't ask how you can "do" free software business; ask what your business can "do for" free software.
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