Is amavisd-new still being maintained?
berni at birkenwald.de
Sun Oct 7 12:23:55 CEST 2018
I think a good start would be to import the past amavisd-new releases into Github / Gitlab and start collecting issues and pull requests for bugfixes. Not really merge them or even do a new release (which is a fork needing manpower and coordination to avoid fragmentation), but as a central point for known defects and patches floating around on the mailing list.
If no one steps up I can do this.
> Am 07.10.2018 um 11:11 schrieb Giovanni Bechis <giovanni at paclan.it>:
> Ralph Seichter <m16+amavis at monksofcool.net> wrote:
>>> On 07.10.18 00:26, Giovanni Bechis wrote:
>>> I think that if Mark Martinek is not maintaining any more the
>>> community should step up and fork the project.
>> Are you volunteering? I've made some local modifications over time, but
>> amavisd-new with its >35000 lines of monolithic Perl is not something
>> I would fork. If there is no more active development (I still hope there
>> is), I doubt that reviving amavisd-new, now that two years have gone by,
>> would be a good idea.
> IMHO amavisd installations number make this software too "big" to be killed.
> If noone is maintaining this project somebody will have to take it, if
> there is no future maybe importing it as an Apache project could be a good start.
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