cvs commit: www/en/cgi Makefile query-pr.cgi querypr-code.cgi
pav at FreeBSD.org
Sat Nov 12 09:47:55 PST 2005
M. Warner Losh píše v so 12. 11. 2005 v 10:35 -0700:
Is this obscuring really needed? The email address will get copied to
the commit log, which got stored on our website, on FreshPorts, gets
mailed to mailing list, from there it goes to a dozen of web archive
sites and also gets to the newsgroup. Hell, even PR copies are being
posted on usenet, raw, and unobscured. They also go to freebsd-bugs
mailing list, again with an web archive online.
If one whiner whines about his email address displayed on project
website, then he should be told to not submit at all. Or to use private
mail to an interested committer instead. The loss would be minimal.
Are we going to extend this email address hiding to all other places?
That would lead to an inability to contact originator of a given
change/feature/new port. That would be a major problem for the project.
So please reconsider.
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
Stupidity got us into this mess -- why can't it get us out?
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