On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 08:45:05AM +0000, Bas Wijnen wrote: > On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 09:14:00AM +0100, Iain Lane wrote: > > On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 07:14:39PM +0200, Jakub Wilk wrote: > > > * Iain Lane <la...@debian.org>, 2016-09-20, 17:54: > > > > There shall be no declassification of any portion of the debian-private > > > > archives, except when the authors of all material being declassified > > > > have explicitly consented, > > > > > > So far so good... > > > > > > > or the author is quoting only his or her own text. > > > > > > Huh? > > > > > > So it would be okay to declassify someone's message without their consent > > > as > > > long as they didn't quote other people in this message? > > > > I'm trying but I can't understand what you are trying to say here. Are > > you talking about leaking the fact that somebody replied to your own > > text by publishing their mail with all of their text removed and only > > your own quote remaining? > > No, the problem is a message like this: > > -------------------- > From: Bas Wijnen > To: debian-private > > Bas Wijnen wrote: > > This is very private > > Yes, I agree. > -------------------- > > This message fits your description ("the author is quoting only his or her own > text"), and so it would be allowed *for anyone* to declassify it, without my > permission.
Are you saying it should be 's/quoting/declassifying/'? -- Iain Lane [ i...@orangesquash.org.uk ] Debian Developer [ la...@debian.org ] Ubuntu Developer [ la...@ubuntu.com ]
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