[CentOS] CentOS Based Linux Firewall Document
Frank Tanner III
pctech at mybellybutton.com
Thu Jun 7 01:12:13 UTC 2007
On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 21:08 -0400, Chris Mauritz wrote:
> Frank Tanner III wrote:
> > On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 15:58 -0400, Chris Mauritz wrote:
> >> pctech at mybellybutton.com wrote:
> >>> It wouldn't have started one then, nor one now, if people wouldn't try to tell me what to do with my own document. At the end of the day I will distribute it in any manner that I see fit.
> >>> 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.
> >> *yawn*
> >> I think you should keep it locked up and not share it with anyone.
> >> There are probably hundreds of similar documents freely available out there.
> > Name me a dozen documents that contain similar information to what mine
> > contains.
> I suppose I'll never know since I don't want my email address added to
> your mailing list (especially after knowing your catty disposition).
> Let me rephrase...There are MANY free (as in speech) documents on the
> web that go into great detail on the setup and care and feeding of a
> Linux firewall.
My mailing list? What mailing list? My "catty response" was in DIRECT
response to yours. You're the one that claims that there are hundreds
of document available that are just like mine. Do all of the others
offer a complete "turnkey solution" including proxy, content filter, IM
filtering/logging, multi-node failover, SNMP support, and web management
of the firewall itself? If so, please feel free to tell me. Because I
never found out, which is why I created mine in the first place.
How is mine not free as in speech?
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