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Re: Heartbleed


Dňa Fri, 18 Apr 2014 19:24:20 +1000 Chris Angelico <rosuav@gmail.com>

> On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 7:16 PM, Slavko <linux@slavino.sk> wrote:
> > How many members of this list (for example) want to contribute to
> > the google knowledge? By the distributing this list to gmail
> > addresses too...
> I do. It means that a Google search for any of the topics discussed
> here will show up results. You don't have to publish an essay on a web
> site to make it available to random searchers; you just post it to
> this list, and it's automatically published and crawled:
> https://lists.debian.org/debian-user/2014/04/msg00869.html
> (Your above post hasn't been crawled yet, so I couldn't find it in a
> Google search. But it'll show up soon.)
> This is a public list with a public archive, and as such it's
> available to every web crawler - Google, DuckDuckGo, Bing, Yahoo, the
> lot. And that makes the world a better place. When I ran into an
> S-Video problem with Debian, I started by searching the web for
> answers. Didn't find a complete answer, but found a partial answer on
> this list, and so I joined and asked. If someone else has the same
> problem, s/he'll be able to find my post and the responses to it.
> Surely that's a good thing!

I wrote about processing emails by google, not about processing of
the public archive(s). Or you hope, that disabling archive will stop
google to processing them??? This ML i used as example only.

But you can advocate the google's practices , it is your opinion.


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