Steven W. Orr wrote: > > Sometimes people do things on the net that are considered to be minor > violations of social protocols. This is all a part of being civilized. Posting > html, top posting, not reducing quoted text, these are all examples of how > people can get legitimately irritated. Other examples include things like > having Subject lines that say "Help" or "Hi" when they're trying to get > assistance with a video card that's not talking well with F11. > > But what G did was much worse. He insisted on putting a little bomb in his > mail that causes a number of us to just plain hang for periods that are > measured in minutes, not just once, but for every message that he sends and > for every time that we try to read it. Having a lack of respect for other > people's time is way high up on my list of things that make me go out of my > way to resort to blacklisting. > You know, there is a simple fix to this - someone that has G's public key could upload it to a keyserver. <evil>Now, if someone wanted to be nasty, they could upload a fake public key with his email address. Then if there is anything to SPAMmers mining the keyservers for e-mail addresses, the would get the flood of SPAM anyway.</evil> Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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