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Re: [SLE] An apology to the list
  • From: Gary <not-valid@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2005 09:09:02 -0600
  • Message-id: <86176913.20050303090902@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Jeffrey,

On Thu, 3 Mar 2005 09:46:42 -0500 UTC (3/3/2005, 8:46 AM -0600 UTC my time), Jeffrey Laramie wrote:

J> I was of course referring to discussions prior to this one. I've seen the link
J> and the quotes that Patrick posted, but I haven't heard anyone defend the
J> contention that it is bad to munge headers.

why should anyone defend the above. The point is, your ranting will not
change anything, not now, not ever.

J> It's claimed that munging makes it more difficult for subscribers. How?

what difference does it make as to the determinants of this list?

J> Using what mailers? Is munging prohibited by RFC? Not that I know of.

why do you continue your rant?

J> I've posted a detailed rebuttal to the points made in the link and nobody
J> has disputed my points.

So what. Do you think it is going to change all of the Suse lists, and
millions of email successfully passing through these lists on any given day.

J> What I'm seeing so far is a list administrator who has made a decision
J> based on a principle that "munging" is bad with little or no
J> justification for that opinion.

What I am seeing so far is someone on a rant. I suggest you really read the
archives where this has been discussed ad nauseam over the years, many times.

J> Let's hear a defense of this policy that doesn't include grade school
J> arguments like "munging is bad" and "because that's the way we do it
J> here".

Why, do you have that much time to waste as to harp on such a mundane issue?
Why do you think anyone has to defend "this policy?" This is the way it is,
it will not change, nor will you change it for this list, or any EZMLM
driven mail list. You have two choices, we all have choices, either change
email clients or find another list to your liking.

/dev/bitbucket.

--
Gary





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