[linux-elitists] GNOME terminal

Brian McGroarty brian@mcgroarty.net
Tue Jan 6 12:58:11 PST 2004

On Mon, Jan 05, 2004 at 09:03:04AM -0800, Nick Moffitt wrote:
> 	Switching the subject, does anybody know what the deal is with
> mutt and nntp?  Mutt has already managed to incorporate all of slrn's
> OTHER features.  What gives?

mutt is a mail client and seems to come from the school of "pick one
thing and do it well." I'd love to see the same interface and possibly
even some code shared between two similar apps, but where's the value
in doing it in the same app?*

(* This, coming from someone who reads news with gnus)
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