Contributed by grey on from the searching for more than new flavors dept.
I'm wondering if anyone has done work on putting together what I'll call (for lack of a better term) superports -- preconfigured collections of ports along with detailed configuration information. This would make it easier to install something like: postfix + tls + amavisd + spamassassin + razor + dcc.
I doubt the ports framework can handle all of the post-install configuration tasks that would need to be done, but it seems that we should be able to do better than a plethora of HOWTO articles that become out of date within weeks of having been written. Does anything like this exist (in other BSD's, even)? Is there any desire to see it?
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