"BAW" == Barry A Warsaw email@example.com writes:
BAW> Yeah, it's just that I generally hate cookies too.
So call them [Kerberos] "tickets". (Me like cookies, one, two, I put them away now. Tickets have no flavor and are hard to chew.) You aren't going to make cookies go away, because they really really do constitute a service to the browsing public.
This is a generic problem on the 'net. Making the 'net work for you most effectively requires that you carry a persona with you, whether you call that "cookie", "ticket", "published email address", or "shopping cart". This necessarily conflicts with privacy.
One may hope that Mailman's specific set of solutions can contribute to that broader set of issues.
BAW> If you only knew, you might be horrified.
Naw. I'm an economist in Japan. Beyond horror.