[consulting] Current state of newsletter systems
greenman at the-organization.com
Sun Dec 10 15:26:25 UTC 2006
Although there probably is some level of overlap, the two projects are at
rather different ends of the spectrum, Robert says enewsletter has been
called "really complex newsletter" a few times. Maybe one day they could
merge - but not soon.
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Sent: 10 December 2006 12:36
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Subject: Re: [consulting] Current state of newsletter systems
Good to hear enewsletter is being worked on - As I said, the project looked
pretty quiet/dead (to me anyway), but it obviously isn't.
Rob Barreca is working on patching simplenews to make it more useful and
flexible for future use. Is there overlap between these two projects or are
they intended to serve different needs?
On 10 Dec 2006, at 11:56, Peter Brownell wrote:
> Hi Mark
> I know Robert has been pretty busy making enewsletter do all sorts of
> new stuff. I suspect you will see a new release soon (but the Xmas
> party season may slow things down.
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> On 10 Dec 2006, at 03:31, Moshe Weitzman wrote:
>> I didn't catch any mentions of Robert Costello's terrific newsletter
>> I'm not sure how up to date it is, but I did use it successfully a
>> while ago on a client site.
> I actually started the thread looking for some feedback on either
> simplenews or enewsletter
>>> I notice there is also a project at:
>>> that consists of several dependent modules. It would look to have
>>> more of the features expected for a 'professional' email newsletter
>>> system but isn't released under 4.7??
>>> Can anybody offer any advice or share experience?
> The project looks to be fairly inactive and I'm not sure if it's
> compatible with 4.7?
> The feature list ticks all the boxes for me, but it doesn't look to be
> an option.
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