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Re: [Snort-sigs] Snort.org Blog: Google Groups are alive!

From: <evilghost_at_nospam>
Date: Wed Feb 09 2011 - 20:14:30 GMT
To: Joel Esler <jesler@sourcefire.com>

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On 02/09/11 13:58, Joel Esler wrote:
> I'd like to hear feedback on the groups.

More fragmentation for sources of information. We have blogs, Google groups,
mailing lists, stagnated forums, stand-alone personal websites, handler
comments on ISC, outdated Sourceforge project pages, and more.

Fragmentation is bad and IMHO this just promotes it. I think this is a step in
the wrong direction unless you're going to cull all these fragmented sources
into some type of cohesive portal.

- --
It has been said that "hate" is a powerful emotion, perhaps that's why I'm so
strong.

- -evilghost
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