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Re: Announcing Fedora 12 Alpha

On 08/27/2009 07:02 PM, Chris Adams wrote:
> Once upon a time, Rahul Sundaram  said:
>> There is no real justification for a MTA to be enabled
>> by default on a large majority of systems for Fedora users and it
>> reduces startup time and hogs resources unnecessarily.
> If _any_ MTA is increasing startup time by a significant amount or
> hogging resources unnecessarily, that's a bug in the MTA.  What are the
> open BZ numbers for sendmail hogging resources?
> Tossing out random BS doesn't exactly help your argument.

If you want to disagree, I think you can find better ways to do that but
my point is simply that any daemon by default where it is not necessary
for majority of users = resource waste.  Incidentally, there *are*
distributions including cron but not a mta by default.

Anyway a feature proposal has been made at


We will get off inertia and do something about it now.


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