can someone explain to me what is wrong with Jack L.
Jonathan R. Lusky
lusky at blown.net
Thu Feb 24 18:31:19 EST 2005
Heh, you talk about trust and then you make a malicious commit to the hybrid
cvs repository? Maybe Efnet should run away from Ratbox since you obviously
can't be trusted to not make malicious checkins. That seems a lot more
serious to me (both morally and legally) than an ignorant kid changing your
copyright in his own copy of your GPL code.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: hybrid-bounces at lists.ircd-hybrid.org
> [mailto:hybrid-bounces at lists.ircd-hybrid.org] On Behalf Of
> Aaron Sethman
> Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2005 5:50 PM
> To: General IRCD-Hybrid Discussion
> Subject: RE: can someone explain to me what is wrong with Jack L.
> On Thu, 24 Feb 2005, Aaron Sethman wrote:
> > On Thu, 24 Feb 2005, Jonathan R. Lusky wrote:
> >> Bad parents. But that doesn't have anything to do with
> Hybrid either.
> >> Unless he's done the same thing in the Hybrid source tree,
> please take
> >> this
> >> somewhere else.
> > The point is that you've given said person commit access to
> the hybrid source
> > tree. How is a network like EFnet supposed to trust code
> coming from someone
> > to sink to this level. And yes it is quite easy to sneak
> in code into the
> > cvs tree without the emails getting sent out, just hit
> control-c before it
> > gets to that part. If he can't be trusted to respect the
> copyrights of
> > others, how can he be trusted with code running on EFnet.
> I hate replying to myself, but those of you with CVS access do a cvs
> update on INSTALL on the HEAD. Did you see a commit email
> for this, no
> you didn't. BTW you might want to remove my public keys from
> the cvs repo.
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