Tollef Fog Heen dijo [Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 11:12:25AM +0100]: > > > You mean you were using Debian resources to spread malware, and it seems > > > > You’re ridiculous. That’s not malware and cannot spread either > > «Malware, short for malicious software, is software used to disrupt > computer operation, gather sensitive information, or gain access to > private computer systems.» There's a reason why I wrote malware rather > than virus. Malware doesn't have to have any way of spreading by > itself. Right. I'll adhere to the opinion expressed here by Tollef and Enrico. Knowingly sending mails with a code known to crash on display any Apple device displaying it might be fun (for some definition of fun) when sending to your friends, but it is far from acceptable in Debian lists, which are read by thousands of people, mirrored in sites independent from us. It is clearly damaging. People might look in the mailing lists for support. It is a hostile behaviour, and I also see it as a DMUP violation.
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