What lies ahead

J. Paul Reed preed at sigkill.com
Fri Apr 25 13:38:29 UTC 2003

On 25 Apr 2003 at 14:17:08, Gervase Markham moved bits on my disk to say:

> Without wanting to sound like a broken record, 

Then please stop reminding us. *I* hate to bring it up, but there *were*
people other than me who didn't agree with your solution and/or design and
who couldn't understand your obsession with Mail::Bulkmail, especially when
we're not sending "bulkmail" and that module doesn't get us anything but a
weird dependency. (This is not an invitation to start up that discussion
again, BTW). But don't paint the picture that I'm the "lone obstacle" to
your patch for 84876.

> check my patch for a way to implement the requirements of 84876 without
> doing any templatisation.

Now that I think about it more, it should be possible to decouple the
two... I think I was in the mindset of keeping them together because some
of the necessary patchwork to do so had already been done in 84876; bbaetz
and I had a conversation about somewhere in there, IIRC.

It looks like there's already a separate bug for mail templatization: bug
100089. And before you complain about comment 7, all I meant was that
whatever architecture we design for 84876 should make it easy to fix

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