jason at cassiopaea.com
Fri Nov 12 18:29:27 UTC 2004
This has really gone on a long time,
My absolute last recommendation on this topic is: The effort, however
small, to address this "issue" is simply not worth it.
Ignorance is no excuse, it is the sys admin's job to know how to install
and configure the OS.
Mission Critical, and Professional Systems should consider using RHEL.
Matthew Miller wrote:
>On Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 10:43:51AM -0500, Aaron Bennett wrote:
>>/usr/share/dict/works contains the following unprofessional words:
>Yep. But it's a big dictionary of common words, not a picked list. And let's
>be realistic -- the existing list appears hand-picked to contain
>controversial terms. I personally find it amusing, but I understand why
>others don't. I also think that the line drawn by the existing 'sanitize'
>patch is reasonable.
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