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From: full-disclosure () lists netsys com (Georg Reitschmidt)
Date: 19 Jul 2002 15:55:41 +0200

hm why signing a message with gpg when not publishing the key....

Am Fre, 2002-07-19 um 07.52 schrieb Len Rose:

This is as close to an official statement as I can get.

We will not make commercial use of this list, or
from the contents of this list. We will not promote our
services, or misuse this list to further ourselves or
any other entity.

We will all profit by the knowledge, and intelligence we
gather to be used in our research, our jobs, and on our systems
and networks.

We don't want to repeat the same mistakes, and hopefully with
everyone's help, we won't.

 Raju Mathur wrote:

Maybe this is the right time for bringing this up.

Would the list admins kindly take the time to clarify their position on
the potential of this list going commercial at any time?  A simple
statement like `the archives of this list, subscription to the list
and posting privileges to the list shall always remain free for
everyone' would do.  Preferably PGP-signed.

After CDDB, MAPS and ARIS I'm more than a bit concerned about
commercialisation of databases created by volunteer contributions.


- -- Raju
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