On Mon, 2 Aug 2004 16:26:12 -0400 Glenn Maynard wrote: > Sure, I understand the benefit. [...] > There's a cost, too, though. Source for images is often very big (eg. > layered PSDs). Source for sounds is often huge, [...] > (That's a separate question from "does the SC currently mandate it?"; > I think that a strict reading of the post-2004-003, pre-004 SC may, > but I'm not arguing SC interpretation here.) Ah, I'm sorry, I thought you were arguing about freedom and its requirements. You were instead talking about practical (and rather reasonable) concerns for archive capacity and the like. Well, I would say: it's the price of freedom... :p > > > P.S.: I apologize for not setting the Mail-Followup-To header > > correctly. I didn't manage to find out how to do it (even manually) > > with Sylpheed: if someone knows, I'd welcome suggestions (in > > private). TIA. I'm a debian-legal subscriber, so no need to Cc: me, > > as long as debian-legal itself is among the recipients. > > You don't need to set MFT if you don't want a CC on Debian lists; not > doing so is list policy default. You only need to worry about setting > it if you do. First of all, TNX for the explanation. Actually, being a debian-legal subscriber I don't usually set any Mail-Followup-To as I prefer when people reply to the list only (unless they want to send me a private message: PGP/MIME encryption and digital signature are welcome in that case!). This time, however, I thought that I should keep the Mail-Followup-To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org already set in the thread... Correct me if I'm wrong. -- | GnuPG Key ID = DD6DFCF4 | $ fortune Francesco | Key fingerprint = | Q: What is purple Poli | C979 F34B 27CE 5CD8 DC12 | and commutes? | 31B5 78F4 279B DD6D FCF4 | A: A boolean grape.
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