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Re: Question for A. Towns - NM

Read more carefully and you will see that I suggest existing technologies 
(mail filtering, IRC /ignore) as solutions. The problem may be that some 
Debianers have better filtering in place than others.

Some brave soul could start a special version of Razor for Debian that lets 
people vote on other's idiotness. Subscribers to the system would have 
flame-happy turf heads (like me) removed from their reality automagically. Of 
course, those foolish enough to demand a raw feed would be perfectly capable 
of doing so.

The "Censorship Boo-Man", as you deftly downplayed it, is the central 
motivation for this project. Freedom of communication, freedom to process 
your own data and freedom to modify the infrastructure for doing so are the 
reason we are here.


On Wednesday 09 March 2005 10:34 am, Matthias Urlichs wrote:
> Ah, the Censorship Boo-Man.
> Sorry, you lose.
> You can get another ticket for the Meme Lottery if you tell us what we
> (and/or the new DPL) should do instead, given that (a) inappropriate
> "content" is a problem on many Debian lists, and (b) previous attempts to
> tone said content down have failed.

Ean Schuessler, CTO
214-720-0700 x 315
Brainfood, Inc.

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