Moving w3m out of standard

Ante Karamatic ivoks at
Fri Jun 20 10:05:37 UTC 2008

On Fri, 20 Jun 2008 10:33:43 +0200
Soren Hansen <soren at> wrote:

> [1]: At least ntp and munin-node do have open sockets, but they're
> both only bound to the loopback interface, so I don't expect this to
> be overly controversial.

There's a huge difference between munin-node and ntp on one side, and
w3m on the other. w3m is client side tool, for local users of server
(administrators). ntp and munin-node are daemons and, when installed,
most of the administrators share those services on network.

As you can see, I totally agree with you regarding w3m, but not over
munin-node and ntp. But, I could get convinced if we start offering
products, not packages((c) by Rick Clark) :D

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