Has the port collection become to large to handle.

Steven Hartland killing at multiplay.co.uk
Sun May 14 15:06:05 UTC 2006

Robert Huff wrote:
> And even if the technolgy works, I understand the position of
> the poster who doesn't want others knowing what is installed.  At
> best it would be optional and on an "opt-in" basis; this means
> large numbers of people won't ... and there goes confidence in the
> rest of the data.

Oh come on guys its an incrementing number no XXX installed this
on datetime YYYY.

Anyone who's installed some of the more common perl modules will
already be using such a system it not like its has any personal
info in talk about paranoia.


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