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Re: spam closes Debian bugs!

Andreas Metzler <ametzler@downhill.at.eu.org> wrote:

> Julian Mehnle <lists@mehnle.net> wrote:
>> Andreas Metzler wrote:
>>> > So, to start over, I'll just ask:  So what?  Where's the problem
>>> > with not being able to *control* bug reports from *everywhere*?
>>> It limits the locations I can do Debian work from and makes
>>> interacting with the BTS more work.
>> Not necessarily.  You could carry your private key with you on a USB
>> key.  Or whatever.
> Signing mails is work.

Then you clearly use broken tools. I'm sorry but with all the mailers
I know, signing a mail is just clicking on a button or typing a
shortcut, and then typing the passphrase.

> I am not short sighted either, which is why I have not said "we may
> not force signing ever in a gazilllion years because *currently* the
> benefit is minimal" but "...not force signing *now* because
> *currently*...".
> Fix the problem once it exist.

It already happened that a bug report was closed by a spam. So the
problem does exists, you cant deny it. What you can say it that you are
questioning the importance of the issue. 

Mathieu Roy

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