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I'm a longtime lurker of this list and have also been on the verge of
saying bye-bye to Full-Disclosure (I've got something better to do with
my life than constantly deciding if someone's alias(es) belongs in my
killfile or not).
In this case I am with the moderator as long as he stays transparent about the killfile of Full-Disclosure.
don bailey wrote:
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> If you allow n3td3v to change the tone of the Full Disclosure list
> you're allowing the destruction of the FD spirit. It doesn't matter if
> he babbles on about nothing for years or even months. The fact remains
> that his efforts may be to destroy the free spirit of FD through the use
> of noise. If this is allowed, it only proves that free venues for
> security discussion (rational or not) can be manipulated with something
> as simple as inane chatter. Certainly, the decision to ban n3td3v is
> short sighted and must be reassessed. All users of a truly free venue
> for information must be responsible for the distribution of such
> information. Filter what you want!
> Free n3td3v!
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