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Re: cygwin rsync bug with windows shares
I think I understood your meaning, and I'm not in favor of placing any
blame on the posters in this matter. As I mentioned in my earlier reply
to David Sheridan, I assumed from the beginning that he had no control
over that disclaimer.
I was really curious if Chris has a way of detecting and filtering out
the disclaimer text itself, leaving the message content intact, which
is what his single-sentence posting seemed to suggest he was *so*
tempted to do.
"Righteous indignation makes the world go 'round.
And 'round and 'round, right down the drain."
At 10:13 2003-03-03, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
Umm, Randall, I think you've missed the point of my post. I claimed that
people should not be blamed for something they have no control over, and
suggested a means of giving them the control. It *must* require
cooperation from the sender. Should they choose to ignore this control,
they'll deserve every ounce of abuse they get. Please do not deprive the
members of this list from the opportunity to be rightfully mean! ;-)
Perhaps when (and if) this is implemented, it could be added to the FAQ,
so people won't be able to (validly) complain that this is not documented
anywhere. Then, along with the abuse, we could point them to the FAQ. :-)
On Mon, 3 Mar 2003, Randall R Schulz wrote:
> Clearly this is now an open topic, so...
> Do you have a good way to do this? Igor's suggestion seems sound and
> easily implementable, but short of some kind of cooperation from the
> sender (in the form of a tag of some sort that marks the end of the
> real content of their posting), it seems like a pretty difficult problem.
> Do you have some kind of statistical text processing software you can
> easily invoke to do this?
> Randall Schulz
> At 07:22 2003-03-03, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> >I am *so* tempted to add a filter to strip this crap out of email
> >On Mon, Mar 03, 2003 at 09:05:27AM -0000, Sheridan, David wrote:
> > >PLEASE READ: The information contained in this email is confidential...
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