[CentOS] CentOS Based Linux Firewall Document
Frank Tanner III
pctech at mybellybutton.com
Thu Jun 7 00:43:05 UTC 2007
On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 15:57 -0400, Jim Perrin wrote:
> On 6/6/07, pctech at mybellybutton.com <pctech at mybellybutton.com> wrote:
> > Just because someone doesn't like the way I distribute it doesn't mean that they have the right to tell me what to do with it or how to give it to people. If they don't like my distribution method then they are free not to ask for it. Nobody's making them ask for it. I *CLEARLY* stated in my original e-mail who the intended target audience was.
> Your named target audience were the folks who have already asked you
> for this once before. You already have their addresses, as this is the
> only way you distribute the document.
Actually, I *DON'T* have their e-mail addresses anymore. Because I
delete their e-mails after a successful delivery of the document to the
e-mail address that they have provided. I'm not interested in keeping
the e-mail addresses of a bunch of strangers.
> You don't get to cherry pick your arguments here. If you're going to
> come into a venue with lots of folks who don't approve of your model
> (which is entirely up to you, that's fine and it's completely your
> choice) you can't expect them to not yell a bit.
I haven't cherry picked anything. I can expect anything that I like.
They seem to expect me to distribute my document in their chosen
> It would be something akin to handing out pro-life flyers at an
> abortion clinic. Both groups are well within their rights, and not a
> damn one of them is happy about the situation.
That's about the poorest, and most off-target, analogy I've seen in a
> As I said, do not advertise it here, and don't continue this
> discussion. I'm not questioning the method of distribution, or the
> content but I don't want it on this list. Period.
Frank Tanner III (pctech at mybellybutton.com)
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