(side-)effects and ...

Michael Torrie torriem at gmail.com
Fri Jul 10 06:26:19 CEST 2015


On 07/09/2015 08:05 PM, Chris Angelico wrote:
>> I thought so at first add well. It looks like the Mailman system handles the
>> X-No-Archive and/or Archive headers. I couldn't find his name in this
>> month's archive.
> 
> Even if it respects that, there's no way that Mailman can know to
> respect his ridiculous copyright restriction. Human-readable text in a
> copyright notice is not going to affect an automated system. If he
> tries to sue Mailman or the PSF or "the internet" for distributing his
> text in violation of his copyright, I hope that an intelligent judge
> would liken it to posting your phone number on a billboard and then
> complaining that people are ringing you. When you put something out
> there in public, it's public, and people can and will see it.

I received his message via the e-mail gateway, so oh nos apparently
copyright has already been violated!



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