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Re: Yes you have standing to sue GRSecurity.

On Sun 30 Jul 2017 at 20:33:50 +0200, deloptes wrote:

With apologies to Ansgar Burchard


(who was spot-on with his assessment) and anyone else who sees this
thread as completely off-topic for -user.

> Nicolas George wrote:
> > How do you know you can trust that "legal clarification" better than
> > what any of us could have written? I do not have any legal training, and
> > I know approximatively what is written in the first message, but you
> > would be wrong to take my opinion at face value.
> > 
> > Have you checked « nisus@xxxxxxxxxx »'s credentials as an attorney?
> > 
> > Regards,
> Why do you think I trust you or him? I mean - every one can put forward a
> proposition.

Everyone can spam numerous mailing lists; they don't. Everyone can lie
and claim to be an attorney; they don't. Everyone can make an effort to
hide their identity; they don't. Everyone can resurrect a topic which
has received previous exposure on -user; they don't. Everyone can start
an email with a pompous "It has come to my attention...."; they don't.
Everyone can write a mail looking like they know what they are talking
about and inudate mailing lists about it; they don't.

Everyone can be inconsiderate, unthinking, self-centred, rude,
unthinking, foolish, uninformed or lacking in nouse when posting to
debian-user. The OP has managed all of these simultaneously.

Anyone can can put forward a proposition on -user. That does not mean it
needs to be taken as requiring a response. Trusting the OP as a person of
integrity requires a feat of the imagination. Some appear to possess it.

>               The statement was clear and from argumentative point of you
> OK. It was definitely informative. I do not take it as granted but as a
> fair stand point - same as your statement.
> There is a lot the community could do, but it spends time being and arguing
> about political correctness and trying to bring all parties together
> etc ... if those guys are too far right, you are too far left - IMO.

This mailing list thankfully spends most of its time trying to help
users. It suceeds in many, many ways. If this is on the left - put me
there rather than with the bonkers posters.