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Re: fortune maintainer wanted and question for Corinna (was Re: Obscene content in cygwin file.)
Charles Wilson wrote:
Yes and no, Corinna. Merely having them on the harddrive in a company
computer could be construed as "creating a hostile work environment"
-- leading to liability issues for the company and employment "issues"
for the unsuspecting cygwin user.
Any company firing me for "creating a hostile work environment" for such
a matter as this is, in my book, not a company I wish to work for. YMMV.
I'm definitely going to have to uninstall the fortune package at work
-- probably even if the xxx content is "encrypted". My employer is
lenient enough when it comes to "rogue" cygwin installations (e.g. not
installed by the IT guys) but they'll get downright annoyed if
employees create a liability problem for them by installing something
that might offend another employee (e.g "create a hostile work
What the hell is some other employee doing snooping around your computer
to view these files?!? To me *that's* a hostile work environment created
by the snooping employee!
Earth First! We'll stripmine the other planets later.
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