Gavin Sherry <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> On Wed, 28 Feb 2007, Tom Lane wrote:
>> AFAICT, the footer in question tries to make it illegal for us even to
>> have the message in our mail archives. If I were running the PG lists,
>> I would install filters that automatically reject mails containing such
>> notices, with a message like "Your corporate lawyers do not deserve to
>> have access to the internet. Go away until you've acquired a clue."
> I just noticed Bruce's email suggesting that this is going ahead:
I doubt that we'll go so far as to auto-bounce mail, but we definitely
are going to take a harder line about not accepting patches that are
submitted with such attachments.
> Another concern I've had is that the assumption is that those wanting to
> contribute (code) will just have to go register some throw away hotmail or
> yahoo account. I think this will make tracing the origin of code more
> difficult in the long term.
True, but having it definitely traceable to a company that had not given
permission for its use is not good either.
regards, tom lane
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