HTTPS on freebsd.org, git, reproducible builds
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Sep 18 12:51:08 UTC 2015
In message <1442578892.1807598.387215049.07156D0F at webmail.messagingengine.com>,
Mark Felder writes:
>There are two different opinions on this matter throughout the project:
>* Encrypt all the things
>* Encrypt what is necessary
I can recommend the book "Command & Control" as a very interesting
introduction to the value of "proportional response defense".
The War On Privacy will not be won by putting HTTP on totally public
information like FreeBSD.org, it is a political issue..
The only way to win political issues, is to engage in politics.
That means voting for the right politicians.
If no candidates are suitable, inspire people to become candidates.
If that fails too: Become a candidate yourself.
If you feel you have more important things to do than engange in
politics, then you will have to live with the consequences.
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