Re: how to encrypt/decrypt remote folder ?
If enough people consider a problem such, it is easy to route around..
If one person consider another a problem, kill-file is a (partial?)
route around for them.
Perhaps email@example.com? :)
Shorter needed, so probably debian-user-uncensored@ldo
Would there be enough subscribers?
Would it dilute the assister pool?
Would _most_ assisters simply subscribe to both?
Would such a list be allowed within the policies etc of Debian? If
not, a non-Debian venue would be required, likely reducing the
visibility of such a list.
Would it be worth the experiment even though these questions can't be
answered definitively without running the experiment?
PS What is the difference between "Politically Correct", and "respect
for others"? Does an apology demonstrate respect? What about
non-acceptance of apology? Is it ok to be pro-$CONTROVERSIAL if $C..L
On 11/22/12, Ralf Mardorf <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2012-11-22 at 11:05 +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> On Thu, 2012-11-22 at 09:58 +0000, Jon Dowland wrote:
>> > On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 10:52:44AM +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> > > If I type "encfs vs" into Google I get:
>> > Honestly, doing a basic google search and splurging the results
>> > into a mailing list post helps nobody. If you don't have personal
>> > experience of solving the problem, don't post.
>> But it leaded to --stdinpass, the same result somebody else posted. So
>> if I post it it's bad and if somebody else does post the same it's ok?
>> Wow, what a funny list.
>> Ok now I know making a little harmless joke is forbidden and
>> brainstorming too.
>> Anything else forbidden or unwanted that's not written in the policy for
>> this list?
> I nearly forgot, if I e.g. have knowledge, e.g. about systemd and the
> polkit issue, I shouldn't write about it, if somebody else with outdated
> knowledge thinks he knows it better. Same for audio.
> This list becomes more and more grotesque.
> There's more noise about top posting, HTLM posting, bad hidden email
> headers, not to do brainstorming, not to answer if you have more
> knowledge, not making a joke etc., than about Debian Linux.
> I nearly forgot too,
> a newbie shouldn't ask newbie questions, but read what a smart question
> Anything else?
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