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Re: CVS webwml/english/consultants

On Mi, 21 iul 10, 16:37:53, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
> 	Hi!
>  You replied to me personally only, not sure if that was on intention.
I saw your mail in my Inbox first, not in the debian-www folder and 
didn't notice debian-www was in CC. There is no need to CC me if you 
reply to debian-www.

> * Andrei Popescu <andreimpopescu@gmail.com> [2010-07-21 16:34:59 CEST]:
> > On Mi, 21 iul 10, 10:52:17, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
> > >  How does that prevent abuse in any way? Spammers use random email
> > > addresses all the time, and if someone is out to abuse this would be the
> > > first thing to do anyway?
> > 
> > This is not about spam, but about people listing/unlisting others 
> > without permission.
>  I know that it's not about spam, I just mentioned it as an example -
> people still can list/unlist others without permission by faking a
> sender address if they really would like to abuse it.
> > We get requests from foo@example.com to change the listing for
> > bar@domain.com, there is no way for us to know the request is
> > legitimate and have to ask back. Do you have a better idea/wording?
>  What I am saying is that asking back is needed anyway, it should be
> part of the workflow. That's the same reason why mailing list
> subscription isn't done out of the blue and requires confirmation.

A confirmation from the same different address is also useless or am I 
misunderstanding your point?

If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.
(Albert Einstein)

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