On 07/09/2012 03:54 PM, Juan R. de Silva wrote:
> I use Evolution. It does has its problems but at is way more capable both
> as email client and especially PIM comparing with Thunderbird and its
> IMHO Evolution is a mature product and its team probably could afford to
> stick to stability and security as some suggested. However, it is still
> in active development and improves or at least has a chance to do so.
Update: It was decided in the June 20, 2012 meeting to end regularly
scheduled team meetings on account of the Evolution team having so few
developers left. The remaining developers will use the evolution-hackers
mailing list as the primary forum for technical discussions, status
updates and upcoming event reminders; which has already been the case in
practice for some time.
> And what is Thunderbird now?.. Never matured application for which
> security updates are somewhat promised?..
> If this is an idea for a respectable distribution default email client
> and PIM. Well... I have nothing more to say. I would just avoid a
> discussion on the subject from this point.
I don't blame you; were I you, I'd avoid flogging any more FUD as well.