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Re: XXX Live Sex!!!



> On Mon, 3 Nov 1997, Erik Andersen wrote:
> 
> > Can't we do something to keep this rubbish off of our lists.  This really
> > pisses me off.  How did they get this email address anyway?
> 
> We are currently discussing a new upload procedure on debian-policy. 
> (Actually, I think we have reached a good solution now and everyone
> agrees. Now, we are just waiting for Guy to implement it.) 
> 
> With the new upload procedure all package announcements will be sent to
> the lists by the `dinstall' script on master. Thus, we can limit the
> posting privileges to this account. This will also keep all junk mails
> off the list. 

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Nah, don't think this will happen. (And, probably dinstall will
look at developper's PGP signatures).


-- 
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*including* all email from my PhD supervisor.


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