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From: steve at stevesworld.hopto.org (Stephen Clowater)
Subject: Feeding Stray Cats

True, But the problem with the announce list is it does take away the 
disccusion of issues, which is what this list is about. The issue is it 
has been polluted with crap, and bitching about that crap (ie - This 
email :) ) and has deaparted from the breif, proffessional, meaningful 
discussions about security issues, to a form that resembles an IRC channel.

The list really needs to be loosely moderated, at least for a while. I'm 
not sure how practical it is to do that, Len could comment more 
correctly on that point than myself, however, as for a open solution (ie 
- not moderated), I really do not have any clue on how it could be done.

If anyone has an open solution, I think it should be posted to the list 
and cc'ed to Len. I think this is one off-topic disscusion that we need 
to have if full disclosure is to reamain a valid forum for discussing in 
a meaningful, restrained, and proffessional manner (pardon my spelling :) )

Steve




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