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SubjectRe: F*ck*ng japanese garbage postings and possible HACK.
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Andre Hedrick <andre@linux-ide.org> writes:
> On Sun, 16 Jul 2000, Aaron Lehmann wrote:
>
> > Why not just get the list admin to require posters to be subscribed?? lkml
> > is one of the most backwards mailing lists I've ever been on, and AFAIK
> > anyone can spam it without being subscribed (in which case they could
> > easily be unsubscribed and therefore blocked).
>
> Not everyone has a mail box that can suck up all the dumps.
> The read stuff on kernelnotes or linuxhq and then reply.
> Do you really want to kill passive contributions?

I agree - I can cope with it on this account, but the thought of
reading from eg. a hotmail account makes my eyes water.

cheers,
Jamie

Besides, getting someone's account pulled for spamming makes me feel
good :)


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