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On Mon, May 20, 2002 at 07:49:38AM +0200, Ola Lundqvist wrote:
> My boss accepts this, no problem. But it is a problem in the wild that
> really important stuff (in self extracting zip:s) is sent over the
> Internet. Right now we filter it, at least. :)

And this, of course, was my whole point.

We cannot prevent people from doing stupid things on their end.  But we
can prevent them from doing them when they come through our servers and in
doing so tell them _why_ what they're doing is stupid.

Education is a slow process.  You have to educate people one at a time and
it takes a lot of patience.  Of course I'm one to talk about patience
since it has been long since established that I don't have very much of
it.  ;)

Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@bluecherry.net>       My opinions are always right
<MrCurious> by the power of greyskull
<MrCurious> someone tell me the ban to place
<Sopwith> mrcurious: *.debian.org, *.novare.net
<philX> *.debian.org.  that's awesome.
        -- Seen on LinuxNet #linux

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