[Mailman-Developers] Interesting study -- spam on postedaddresses...
Jay R. Ashworth
Thu, 21 Feb 2002 17:01:09 -0500
On Thu, Feb 21, 2002 at 10:27:08AM -0500, Damien Morton wrote:
> I wonder if the ADA would accept the need to obscure email addresses,
> and I wonder if they would accept the extra authentication step required
> to get at the unobscured email address? Would they understand that it
> protects all mailman users, including the disabled?
> Would Lynx users and other browser-disadvantaged users accept the extra
> authentication/authorisation step to get at the unobscured email
> addresses? Would they understand that it protects _them_ as well?
If each page had a link to the version of that same page that required
authentication, so that I wouldn't have to go do a whole-nother damned
> > And insulting lynx users isn't a way to increase your
> > expected life span. Go do something less controversial like
> > arguing the advantages of vi in the emacs news groups.
> Agreed, appologies to recidivists, luddites and lynx users :)
Nice to know that you understand now that those are three separate
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