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Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 12:40:18 +0100
From: Joey Schulze <>
Subject: Re: "going public"

Solar Designer wrote:
> Hi,
> I'd like to revitalize this list.  Two of the things I'd like to do are:
> 1. Make the xvendor archive public on the web, with e-mail addresses
> obfuscated.  This will apply to past messages as well (there are 60 of
> them so far, this one is the 61st).  Initially, I'd host the archive on
> the Openwall website only, with full control over how addresses are
> obfuscated, etc.  Submitting the list to third-party archives, some of
> which have far more advanced web interfaces, may be done later.
> 2. Describe xvendor on a public website - including purpose and policy
> of the list.  I am not sure what website this should be on; maybe I'll
> just put the info somewhere on the Openwall website for lack of a better
> place (that would actually receive visitors).
> Note that right now the list is not pre-moderated - there's neither
> subscription nor message moderation.  Perhaps this will have to change
> in a while after "going public".
> Comments?  Objections?




It's time to close the windows.

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