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Re: I call solution

Ben Hutchings schrieb am Tuesday, den 20. September 2011:

> On Tue, 2011-09-20 at 16:36 +0200, Jorge Luis Pinilla Guzman wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I ask please that this link is removed
> > http://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2007/09/msg00077.html
> > because noe have given my permission to exhibit ininternet use
> > personal data as it comes transcends my phone and I'm bothered.
> [...]
> The Debian list information pages clearly state that messages sent to
> the lists will be public.  By sending mail to the list address you give
> permission to reproduce it; that is the whole purpose of a mailing list.
> But in any case, the people responsible for list maintenance can be
> reached at <listmaster@lists.debian.org>.
No problem, here we are:

The Debian-Listarchives-Policy is to NOT remove or alter any postings
if they are published.

Even if we would, it wouldn't help, as our lists are archived
elsewhere[*], so once an email has been accepted it is out in the wild
with its entire content and addresses and theres no way to get it back.

The one exception to this rule is, when the posting is clearly spam.
In that case press the 'Report as spam' button at the top of the page
to nominate the posting for reviewing.

Please see http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/#disclaimer,
http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/disclaimer and
for more information

[*] elsewhere are most likely http://gmane.org, http://groups.google.com,
        http://mail-archive.com, http://osdir.com/ml/, http://markmail.org,
        http://marc.info, http://www.nabble.com/Debian-f24.html but there are
        more public and private archives out there.

Alex, Debian Listmaster

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