Subject: Re: clamav-0.80 fails in curl.h
To: grant beattie <grant@NetBSD.org>
From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Timo_Sch=F6ler?= <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/20/2004 12:59:33
>>>> I'm still listed as maintainer but i'm no more packaging anything.
>>> should be fixed?
>> Yep, should be changed to whatever suits better, like=20
> hi David,
> I've taken over maintainership of this package. thanks!
as you surely know, clamav is *very* dependent on steady tracking of=20
the software (even RCs are considered to be used in production=20
releases!) because a big part of the virii to catch cannot be catched=20
by adding them to the virus db alone.
i'm not a friend of using RCs in production environments, but in this=20
case it might be kinda useful.
thomas kojm, one of the developers of clamav and very active mailing=20
list participant, recently said that (still) using 0.75.1 would be like=20=
an 'invitation for malware' (yes, it was not 72hours after 0.80stable=20
was released -- they always told you to go for the RC...).
to make this already too long story short:
what about a clamav-current package? pkgsrc.netbsd.se, the pkgsrc-wip=20
section's home, was still at 0.75.1 as i checked yesterday... :(
mit vorz=FCglichster Hochachtung/best regards,
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