Re: Fw: Out of Office AutoReply: Changes to /etc/init.d/networking
On Sat, Apr 14, 2001 at 09:06:37PM +0200, Filip Van Raemdonck wrote:
> > >
> > > Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: Changes to /etc/init.d/networking
> > >
> <snip sensitive info>
> > Sorry, this belongs on debian-firewall.
> No it doesn't, and for two reasons.
> First off probably nobody around here is interested in who's on vacation.
> And second it display private information from someone on a public mailing
> list - and there you made a gross mistake. (even though the person in
> question is not free of blame either, he should've taken precautions to not
> autoreply to list mail)
Well, I'm technically on holidays, too.
I AM ON HOLIDAYS UNTIL THE 23RD OF APRIL.
There you go. Private, sensitive info. In caps. Wow. Oh my god. I can't
believe I just posted that to a list. I'm shell-shocked. I'm not sure why,
but you are, so there's obviously a brilliant reason.
My point was, auto-replies to lists suck. And, btw, anyone can gain this
"sensitive information" just by posting to -firewall.
Daniel Stone, who is on holiday until the 23rd of April, and is shocked that
anyone might have that sensitive information
Linux Kernel Developer
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