On Fri, 2005-08-26 at 14:34 +0200, W. Borgert wrote: > And I wouldn't want that. > > I do not understand this discussion. Why on earth is someone > so interested in the public availability of DDs location? This > would only make sense when cross-connecting with other things, > like belief, gender, sexual preferences and phantasies etc. > Are those fields of db.debian.org already public or not? While I don't agree to publish the coordinates and all that stuff of the Debian Developers, I think if you want to know (non-DDs) the information about some DD searching using their login name for example, it would not hurt anyone to know the Country where he lives. Otherwise he will become crazy searching in all the countries to find him. Then, he can think "Oh well, he is from $country. I will drop him an email to see if we can meet us". -- Bruno Barrera C. "The most dangerous moment comes with victory."
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