MailScanner on Fedora SIG (Special Interest Group)
eli at orbsky.homelinux.org
Sat May 9 18:19:46 IST 2009
On Saturday 09 May 2009 17:31:42 Anthony Cartmell wrote:
> Nathan Olson <naolson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Why in the world would you want to run a production service on a
> > distribution used specifically for testing?
> Eh? Fedora is a production-ready distro (so long as you avoid the beta
> releases, of course!) and is designed and run as such. But there's no
> point in arguing about distros, we've done that and you aren't going to
> change any minds :)
> There are a lot of people using Fedora on servers, as I have from when it
> was called RedHat Linux. Even if you think we're all mad, I think it's a
> Good Idea to make it easy for them to make use of MailScanner: both to
> reduce spam and because they might buy Julian's book :) You also get to
> benefit because we make sure MailScanner works with recent Perl versions,
> on the OS that RHEL is based on.
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