Debian is secure, the debian lists are not.
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Please, read Bug #25169 and tell me what you think.
Summary: Currently, anybody may un*****[*] anybody else from any of the
debian lists. This is easily solved by using cookies both for sub*** and
un***** because they say it is "more work" for them.
Is this really a good excuse for a poor list security policy or maybe a
clear sign that lists.debian.org needs more maintainers?
The maintainers think that there are only two people who disagree with
them :-), but I'm afraid that this could be like the ill-ordered bug web
pages problem, when it comes to count how many people is satisfied with
the current web pages we (oh, surprise!) discovered there were twice as
many people who preferred the web pages in chronological order than people
who preferred in the current (reverse) order.
Is there a reasonable way to solve this issue, other than "since I'm the
maintainer I do with the package whatever I like. Point." ?
[*] I don't want to spell the word entirely, just in case the clever
list server thinks I'm trying to un*******...
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