Re: message of wwwcountconfig
From: "C.M. Connelly" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: message of wwwcountconfig
Date: Thu, 03 Aug 2000 18:20:51 -0700
> AK> When one say "I don't care what happens", the phrase "I
> AK> don't care" nearly equals "I don't mind" perhaps.
> Unless the speaker is being sarcastic or is terribly depressed, in
> which case they might say something like, ``I don't care if you go
> without me,'' or, ``I don't care if that bomb does destroy the
I see. The meaning of the sentence depends on the situation.
And we should speak straight in the package script, of course ;-)
> The whole thing could be restated as
> The error messages generated by wwwcounter are verbose and may
> reveal potentially sensitive information about the system the
> script is running on (such as the full path to the data or
> configuration files). If you want to protect that information, or
> simply don't want users to see any error messages, then answer
> ``n'' to the question. If you answer ``n'', users will see a
> broken image icon rather than an error message if there is a
At least for me, this is much easier and clearer to understand
than the original one.
Thanks for your comments.
Best Regards, 2000.8.4
Debian JP Developer - much more I18N of Debian
Atsuhito Kohda <email@example.com>
Department of Math., Tokushima Univ.