Re: Debian Policy based on the wrong technical assumptions
In article <199706300733.DAA22310@saturn.superlink.net>, you wrote:
>The only concern left for webserver critics is security (especially in boa.)
>That requires either patching boa or using another webserver.
[This might be off-topic but it triggered me :), I'm sorry if I've jumped in.]
I was quiet amazed about the fact that the security issue, of running a
webserver, wasn't brought into the discussion lately on Debian's
Documentation Policy threads.
IMO there should be a room in that policy for people concerned about
security, and who don't want to run any webserver on their systems.
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