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Re: techno-babble - was Re: Announcing The Open Dinosaur Project

On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 10:55, Neil Taylor <nf.taylor@ntlworld.com> wrote:


> The software developer of Thunderbird are apparently unreceptive to the idea
> of "breaking" their program (as it obeys the rules) to, say, showing both
> sections, or the first; Âthey instead advise that the list-processor
> software be "fixed" to work properly... Âbut it is old, and is what we are
> stuck with.

Why are we stuck with it? Are we prevented from switching to GNU
Mailman or Sympa by USC policy, or by lack of knowledge on the
setup/migration, or lack of time? Or is it merely inertia and "if it ain't
broke, don't fix it"? Just wondering.

Kelly Clowers