That means my maildrop frontend is trivial, and that's good.
In fact, I'm thinking that combining this with KDE's IO stuff can make for a very interesting paradigm of information storage, which would be fairly radical. I need to think some more.
While attendance was not impressive (25 people or so), it went rather well.
I've started work on a frontend for maildrop. The state of mail filtering in linux today is kinda shameful.
The default software for this is procmail, which is IMHO not very well done.
So, perhaps if I put some added value in maildrop, people will drop procmail ;-)
Make KFTE work again on KDE2, and made it a (very stupid) KPart.
Today, KRN :-)