cvs commit: www/en/cgi Makefile query-pr.cgi querypr-code.cgi
arved at arved.at
Sat Nov 12 10:08:28 PST 2005
On Nov 12, 2005, at 18:47, Pav Lucistnik wrote:
> 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.
Excerpt from send-pr:
SEND-PR: BE ADVISED THAT FREEBSD PROBLEM REPORTS ARE PUBLIC INFORMATION
SEND-PR: WILL BE PUBLISHED AS-IS ON THE PROJECT'S MAILING LISTS AND WEB
SEND-PR: DO NOT SUBMIT ANY INFORMATION YOU DO NOT WANT MADE PUBLIC.
maybe we should add something like: YES, THIS INCLUDES YOUR
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