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On Sat, Jan 19, 2019 at 10:31:31PM +0200, Steve Langasek wrote:
> Hi Julian,
> On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 03:28:38PM +0100, Julian Andres Klode wrote:
> > > = Download =
> > > * jigit # specialised Debian/Ubuntu CD image download
> > RM I'm not sure there's much of a use anymore, so I'd say let's drop it.
> Seems appropriate to me, can you raise an MP?
> > > = Mail =
> > > * mutt
> > ?? We _could_ switch to neomutt, which is more advanced, and was packaged
> > as mutt for some time. The code base started out the same, but got quite
> > refactoring done recently, and there is progress in adding multi-account
> > support. It would pull in (lib)notmuch, though.
> Have we lost anything with mainstream mutt in 18.10 vs. what we had with
> neomutt in 17.10?
The major features I guess are
* NNTP support
* notmuch support
I find the first quite useful with gmane.
https://neomutt.org/feature.html lists quite a lot more features.
> Given that we were previously using neomutt as mutt (based on the Debian
> maintainer's decisions at the time), if we were going to switch back to
> neomutt, should we rather do so by shipping neomutt as mutt again?
I feel like that would end up in a cdrecord-like situation with mutt's
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