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Re: Right to privacy & client info strings

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Right to privacy & client info strings
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 14:46:28 -0400
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The problem I'm currently investigating a bunch of hung server processes. I have not received user reports, but I was thinking it might be nice to see if one particular type or version of client was leaving the hung processes or if there might be some other cause.



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Kostur, Andre wrote:

This may sound extremist, but that's just like saying "If it's an opt-in mailing list, nobody will opt-in! So I'll default to assuming you want the mail, and you can opt-out" (OK, except that you can't trust the spammer's opt-out mechanism, where you [hopefully] _can_ trust the CVS client to not send the data).

If a client is having issues, I don't think that there's a problem with the CVS admin saying: "Well, there seems to be a problem and I need to know some additional information. Could you set this debug option on, and try again please?"

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