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Re: Boost Windows Reliability!!!!!

On Fri, Dec 22, 2000 at 01:06:53AM +0100, Robert van der Meulen wrote:
> Quoting Bas Zoetekouw (bas@A-Es2.uu.nl):
> > > Now you can boost the reliability of ordinary Windows 3.x, 95 and 98 to
> > > nearly the level of Windows NT or 2000, Microsoft's professional and 
> > > industrial
> > > version of Windows.
> > Hmm, the debian lists get quite a lot of spam lately. Is there anything
> > that can be done about this?
> Close debian-devel for posting by non-subscribers, ask for volunteers who
> would like to 'moderate' debian-devel, and have them look at the rejected
> messages and accept them if on-topic. 
> Every mailing list i know has these functions, I was also wondering why we
> weren't using such a system ;)

Every mailing list software might have these functions, but none of the
open project mailing lists that I know of do this. linux-kernel, gcc,
glibc, openldap.

There's a very good reason for this. Not the least of which is the effort
in keeping it up. Secondly, not all developers use the same email
accounts. I, for example, have three email accounts from which I post to


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