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Re: sending debian-private postings to gmail

On Wed, 24 May 2006, Kevin B. McCarty wrote:
> (2) all mail passing through debian-private should, for each
> subscriber to the list, be encrypted individually to the public key
> on file for her/him.
> Come to think of it, (2) isn't a bad idea. Is it feasible for this
> to be done transparently? Mailing list admins, any comments?

This would also have the utility of making following threads in
-private sufficiently difficult that only the most necessarily private
threads will happen there. [Try following a flamewar when you have to
decrypt every message...]

Of course, there is an argument that VAC messages will still have
headers unencrypted which could leak information... but it's not like
it'll be any worse than it is now, and people who care can always
shove them into the body.

Don Armstrong

"You have many years to live--do things you will be proud to remember
when you are old."
 -- Shinka proverb. (John Brunner _Stand On Zanzibar p413)

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