[CentOS] Let's talk about HTTPS Everywhere

Wed Jan 19 21:35:42 UTC 2011
John R. Dennison <jrd at gerdesas.com>

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 08:40:40PM +0000, Ned Slider wrote:
> You are kidding, right?


> I do my accounts on CentOS - does that make this a suitable venue to 
> discuss my tax returns?

	Please conflate more.

> The SNR of this list is shocking and encouraging the above doesn't help 
> any. This thread is already 10 posts and contains not one single 
> relevant (to this list) piece of information.

	The OP asked a pretty straight-forward set of questions.  Was it
	100% germane to this list?  No, perhaps not.  Was it better than
	the spoon-feeding and 110% off-topic noise that is a normal
	occurance on this list?  Yes.

	As the question pertains to, indirectly, on-line privacy and
	keeping more clear-text data off the wire I have to say, I'd
	rather see this than the other nonsense here.  YMMV.

There are people for whom nothing is more embarrassing than to be caught
not in the know.  To arm themselves against embarrassment, they choose
knowingness, which is just ignorance hidden by information.

-- Leon Wieseltier, Washington Diarist: In the Know, The New Republic: Books
   & Arts, 16 September 2010
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