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Re: squid and squidGuard

That's great and it makes alot of sense, but it wasn't really my original point.  My original
point was the packaging and toolset for managing and enforcing web proxies and filters leave alot
to be desired.  Is anyone working on this effort?  Is there a current maintainer of squid and
squidGuard?  Are they actively being improved on/incorporated into the Fedora/GNOME configuration



--- Peter Gordon <peter thecodergeek com> wrote:

> On Sun, 2007-07-15 at 18:28 -0700, Timothy Spaulding wrote:
> > So I take it that you're in favor of delivering a PC to children to educate them on pr0n? 
> That's
> > extremely radical of you.  It seems to me that a minimum configuration that would filter
> > inappropriate web sites that was community managed and transparent would be appropriate.  Or
> am I
> > in the minority here?  I'm not talking about censorship here but I believe a minimum set of
> > community-agreed-upon standards would be acceptable.
> > 
> My understanding of the situation is that the governments and
> institutions to which OLPC machines will be sold are the responsible
> party for enforcing such blockings, and not the OLPC project itself.
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