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From: Ruben Safir
Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Re: [Dng] fraud warning
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On Mon, Dec 01, 2014 at 08:26:32PM +0100, Jaromil wrote:
> On Mon, 01 Dec 2014, Sascha Mester wrote:
> > Then - the very best feature of an email-client is the fact, that most
> > clients come with a Junk-Filter. I'll tell my Junk-Filter about "Ruben
> > Safir" to move mails from that person into the waste-bin. That's the
> > way how to handle spam.
> fact is that Internet's history has no retro-active junk filters. so
> while Ruben is planning to run "free software leadership courses" he
> might well have problems having such a publicly archived thread with a
> record on his name.
whatever, that has nothing to do with you not properly identifying
yourself or who is running this effort...
> I just wonder if the next thing we will see is a citation in court for
> defamation of his name, or an injunction to delete his home address from
> our archive. I might be just lucky to know some very good lawyers in NYC
> hopefully, just kidding :^) but these things happen sometimes. running
> a popular project is not easy at all. I still don't see the conspiracy
> theory Hellekin is joking about. It seems to me that this is what we get
> with lots of popularity and media attention, but that will go away as
I'm not joking about filing a criminal complaint if you continue to
solicit money for a specific purpose under a psuedonom and without accountabilty.
> I also think that the (rather old-school) practice of pseudonimity and
> general leaning to keep personal details private when interacting on the
> Internet is important and is everyone's right.
This has NOTHING to do with privately interacting on the internet and is
no more a right than "freedom of init". If you want to have a private
conversation, I don't give a shit. If you want to solicit money for a
debian fork which doesn't have systemd going forward, you damn hell
better make it known who the hell you are....Denis
Your name IS Denis, right?
the rest of this is garbage...
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