Sure. I'll enforce the policy. You fool around on my system and I block your
domain. That seems simple.
You've already been told by half a dozen people that to use their resources
for other than the stated intentions (e.g. joining a list on yodeling to
discuss yodeling -- NOT to examine headers) is a violation of trust. How
violations of trust per day do you expect to be permitted?
Socrates Press, Keyport WA
----- Original Message -----
From: Steve Bergeon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks, got that now. What I'm wondering is, "is there any way
to enforce this policy?" My half baked idea being rejected,
anybody else want to anty up?
"Roger B.A. Klorese" wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Steve Bergeon wrote:
> > Ok, that's the question I've been asking. What is acceptable use?
> > I can sign up for one list/server, no more? Or is that per day?
> Consider this: using anyone's resource for other than the intended purpose
> is not OK. If you join the "yodelers" list to discuss yodeling, cool. If
> you join it to teach someone how to subscribe to lists, or to collect
> headers for analysis, or to feed your archiver, or any other reason, ask