> Not neccesary from a techical point of view. Neccesary from a social
> point of view (What's this extension! I don't understand!
> What's going on!
Excewpt that windows machines tend not to even show the extension by
default, and so the file will just have a little WinZip icon, which means
they should be happy.
Oh no, wait a minute, I think it uncompresses the .gz bit then prompts for
what to do with the .tar bit, which might scare them off.
Just shut up, matt.
"'scuse me trooper, will you be needing any packets today?
hey, baby, don't be pulling on my socket, okay?"
 Or whatever handles .tar.gz on their machine.