On Fri, May 04, 2001 at 04:09:53PM -0500, David Starner wrote:
> > Personally, I don't see a problem. I believe that by posting a message
> > to a mailing list that is publically archived you implicitely indicated
> > your consent with also publically archiving the message you posted,
> > because we have been archiving messages since the very beginning of the
> > lists (not all of those archives have survived till today,
> > unfortunately).
> We might want to put a note on lists.debian.org, pointing out that
> Debian reserves the right to archive any mail that comes into Debian.
You're right, I'll put it on the TODO.
> Frankly, copyright-wise, we may be forced to remove something from the
> archives if someone mailed something to list without permission of the
> copyright owner.
Yes, that's right, but these posts were made intentionally (unless someone
tricked Sergio to post, or something).
> Should we honor X-No-Archive? That's a fairly standard header with
> this intent.
I don't know, maybe, but unless it's already implemented, don't count on me
doing it... :)
> Also, I've looked up the history of the purity data in Debian before, in
> archives that were maybe two years old at the time. That was in no FAQ.
> There's a lot more than just technical content in the email.
The purity data?
Digital Electronic Being Intended for Assassination and Nullification