Seth Vidal wrote: > And let me put it this way: if fedora decides to post my non @fp.o address > somewhere, like in git entries, I'm going to be extremely pissed off about > it. As for me, I don't mind publishing my real email address but I would prefer not to have my fedoraproject.org alias published where the spammers can find it. I don't particularly like having forwarding aliases created for me, but if you have to give me one then please don't publish it. I have a spam blocker that makes my address pretty much unspammable. It's unspammable even if the spam comes through a forwarding alias, but in that case backscatter may be generated. The spam blocker is implemented such that my own server never sends out backscatter, but I naturally have no control over the fedoraproject.org server or other forwarding servers. Therefore I try to avoid using forwarding aliases in ways that might allow spammers to find them, not because it affects me but to be nice to other netizens who don't have as effectual spam blockers as I have. Björn Persson
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