[Linux-aus] Things not to post to planet linux australia

Andy White andy at lgsolutions.com.au
Thu Mar 26 18:03:58 EST 2009

I'm saying that if you have that list, you shouldn't be posting  
anything on it (intentionally and knowingly) to LA. (It's okay, I  
won't tell dear Minister Conroy).

If you don't have it, and you post a link that is on the list  
unknowingly, there's not much you could have done about that, and if a  
take-down notice is issued LA will just have to deal with that.

I think where I'm going is that my interpretation of Stewart's  
disclaimer was: don't be a douche and intentionally cause trouble for  
LA whilst trying to take a stand on this issue.

I get the feeling that you're being deliberately pedantic on this - in  
an effort to highlight the stupidity of the system - but I really do  
get where you're coming from. I think Stewart has stated his position  
pretty clearly in the last few minutes, so I'll STFU.

Andy White
e: andy at lgsolutions.com.au
m: +61 411246100

On 26/03/2009, at 5:47 PM, Russell Stuart wrote:

> On Thu, 2009-03-26 at 16:54 +1100, Andy White wrote:
>> My understanding is that the drive here is not to post the known,
>> leaked ACMA blacklist that is on Wikileaks to the Planet. Which seems
>> reasonable.
> Not to me.  You are saying I must consult a leaked document over which
> the minister has threatened criminal sanctions before I post a link  
> that
> has the slightest chance of being contentious.

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