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SubjectRe: BCM5700 Gbit driver in 2.2.xx kernel

Probably John Eskes is the just messenger. These silly and huge signatures are
crawling all over the place. Just the other day people in my previous job, a practical
and feet on ground middle size company, were told by a marketing guy (i don't have
a better description of what he does) to use one, apparently to look like a
"corporation" of some sort to customers, never mind the fact they don't have any
policy whatsoever on email and internet usage. But i digress. In this case it seems to
be the Dutch police. If they didn't have internal policies, who would have? :)


/Pedro

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