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I believe that it is inappropriate to use such an email system that does this
when sending messages to the BTS.
Also anyone who wants to use such a system when posting to a popular mailing
list (such as debian-devel) should first put in place a white-list of people
who regularly post to the list (such as me).
For reference, I will not reply to such a message, but I will consider putting
the entire domain in my spam filter if such messages continue.
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To: "Gerrit Pape" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Subject: Re: Bug#171253: ITP: libdjbdns -- DNS client library designed to
replace the BIND res_*/dn_* library Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 16:44:39 +0100
On Sat, 30 Nov 2002 15:34, Gerrit Pape wrote:
> License: Bernstein has put the .[ch] files (dns.h, dns_dfd.c,
> dns_domain.c, dns_dtda.c, dns_ip.c, dns_ipq.c, dns_mx.c, dns_name.c,
> dns_nd.c, dns_packet.c, dns_random.c, dns_rcip.c, dns_rcrw.c,
> dns_resolve.c, dns_sortip.c, dns_transmit.c, dns_txt.c) and all
> necessary lower-level .[ch] files into the public domain. I do not
> plan to make any changes to those files, so Bernstein's djbdns security
> guarantee applies. My additions to the package will be licensed under
> a BSD compatible license.
The URL did not make this license adequately clear to me.
Does this specifically differ from the license of Qmail?
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