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[ga-full] Re: [ga] truth in labelling
Can we assume for clarity's sake that the intention you suggest below was
the exact opposite?
In my naive comprehension, marking messages that are usefully informative to
prevent the risk of them being read by the public at large (and please
correct me if I merely do not understand the text below) smacks so deeply of
the masonic mysticism you are denying in your exchanges that it seems likely
to be true.
Roberto Gaetano wrote:
Not at all.
> My proposal was to mark "off-topic" the few messages that were DNS-
> related, like the one from John Lewis (http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/ga
> /Arc03/msg01227.html), to make them recognizable, and allow people to
> browse the archives without taking the risk of opening one of them ;>).
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