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Re: ACL removal day?!



On Tue, 2007-06-19 at 18:01 +0200, Jon Ciesla wrote:
> It was, and IIRC the reason it is as it is is that* the default provides
> security and can be easily opened up, but won't leave an unsuspecting
> packager with a community-alterable package without their intervention.
> 
> That said, I prefer an open model and keep meaning to get around to
> whacking my acls.  But I don't think there's much reason to change the
> current policy, as it maximizes choice, security, and minimized work for
> the admin side of the equation.  Just my 2000 lire.
> 
Yep, totally agree with it. I think this policy is good, nevertheless
I'll remove my ACLs as well (probably tomorrow).

> * this is technically correct English.  Damn.
> 
Yep, English is a wonderful language, don't you think? :-)
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