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Re: [ga] Majordomo 'who' command
Harald and all,
Your point is well taken by me anyway Harald. But I fear not by others
on this list as it's history clearly shows. What's what should be more
than who's who here. I think that at this juncture though it is too late for
So restoring the Majordomo 'Who' Command seems essential and at least
prudent. Besides, as I originally responded before to this thread, it is easy
to circumvent. So why not just restore the 'Who' command?
Harald Tveit Alvestrand wrote:
> At 15:23 12.01.00 -0800, Bret A. Fausett wrote:
> > >>>> who ga
> > > **** Command disabled.
> > >>>>
> >I'd like to see the DNSO secretariat re-enable majordomo's 'who' command. I
> >know that making the list of participants and their e-mail addresses public
> >opens us up to spam and spoofing, but so do the web-based archives of the
> >discussion lists.
> >I think the value of knowing who is participating in the General Assembly
> >outweighs any damage.
> Personally, I'd think it a Good Thing to have the names (not emails) of GA
> members available, but I know that 90% of the names would mean nothing to
> me; I'd be interested in knowing what you think is the value of having the
> info available.
> Harald Tveit Alvestrand, EDB Maxware, Norway
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