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From: qua...@zimbra.com (Quanah Gibson-Mount)
Subject: Re: amavisd-new 2.7.2 vs 2.8.0:?
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2012 17:18:15 -0700
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--On Saturday, July 07, 2012 12:59 PM +0200 Steve <steeeeev...@gmx.net>
> And this guy works for EMC/VMware where a
> gazillion of coders are working and he can not provide a small patch
> adding that ipv6 support that he is claiming to be easy to add? Is the
> community not supposed to work that way, that everyone is contributing as
> much as they can?
I also don't get this. What does it matter where I work, or how many
coders work where I work? Now, if I owned EMC, then I'm sure what
interests me would likely be of interest to them. However, I don't. I
work for VMWare, as an employee in the Zimbra division. In fact, I'm the
only person in the Zimbra division who actively works on external open
source. And again, adding support for a feature when I can't test it is
not really something I feel is appropriate to do. Now that I do have ipv6
support, maybe I'll look into it. But this still isn't an EMC/VMW "wish
list" item. It was my own personal interest.
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