Â« <http://bikeshed.org/> Â»
I don't click in any links that are not known...
Â« Since in this mailing list I believe there are "experts", excluding me, I would like you to understand that writing something like Â»
... like ... is ... ? is what please ?
Your sentence is not clear !
Your Â« some Â» statement.a) I've never said that I will provide info about me or people I do know.b) People who are aware about security knows what I am talking about.c) Ask yourself why some people in this mailing list don't even give anything about their names even in the mail status.They don't know their names ?
d) Ask your self why some moocs don't show up your name when you do comment.e) The aim of this thread -mine- is to give info, nothing else.d) The other day, a guy talks about OpenSSL : no serious evidence. However I do agree with most of his statement.
Â« you provided no documentation, no links, no facts, no other discussions Â»
a) FreeBSD link is not a link ? Wow ...
I didn't know that FreeBSD is not a serious website : I am the first surprised.
b) I've provided more than enough information when it comes to inetd/xinetd.c) The other day you've said that it is not here that I should talk about inetd, why it is relevant to you to talk about it ... here ? :D
Â« Which version of x|inetd are you referring to? Which version of fossil? Which OS? What kernel? Which options? Â»
This is exactly the reason why I've said that you don't know what you are talking about.
When an expert says that you should not use inetd/xinetd whatever it is, there are no questions about which release it is or which OS.
When some people tell me that the GCC release A.B.C should not be used, I don't try to use A.B.C even if it is the latest to date.Generally speaking if somebody say don't use this software, and I do trust him, I won't try to use it, which release, OS and so on it is about.
Â« I believe you can test and crash a few installations on your own and report back results with some numbers, in order to support all your statements and the statements made by _someone_ expert Â»
Some people do, I've done that. Some people give some opinion about their use of the software, like the guy who wrote about Nginx...
Tell him that he should not then I expect that he would never come again.
Â« no html please Â»
I am sorry but my computer send html : I only use WebMail ...
Most people do use Gmail ...
I've seen a mail were someone give a link that was malformed : the no html issue.
I would think about the "no html" but I don't know how to deal with links...
(Another issue for this mailing list : no html. This is not Fossil related of course :-D :-D :-D)
Finally, MatterMost is a nice option for you then ... (no html issue) :D
Â« The simple fact that you point git as an "enemy" for fossil means you do know very little about the project and the culture behind it Â»
No, it is evidence that you don't know what I am talking about :
a) like everyone I do use Git and Fossil. I've stopped Fossil.
b) Enemy is not literal... (LOL) I want you to know that I don't provide guns...
If someone should choose between Git and Fossil, give me evidence that they would use Fossil in a long term run if you can ...
The learning curve is high enough so people will choose ONE of them not both.e.g. Git and mercurial are the same for some people, but I don't even have the time to try Mercurial, so why would people try Fossil ?
c) Fossil is not the same as Git in many areas. Git is not used as a webserver, it is not a single file, etc.
If I sum up what you've said it seems that for you people should only test Fossil and report it inside this mailing list and that's it...
What did I say in the previous talk : you don't know what you are talking about.
DeÂ : Luca Ferrari <***@infinito.it>
ÃÂ : Fossil SCM user's discussion <email@example.com>
Allow me to elaborate a little more, hope this will make you stopposting like in the previous days.
On Thu, Oct 27, 2016 at 1:30 AM, K. Fossil user
a) I have nothing to ask at this time, so I don't even need to learn how to [ask]
b) Someone who have something to say could demonstrate whatever he wants
(e.g. Why does Fossil need (x)inetd when it is clearly forbidden by security
Since in this mailing list I believe there are "experts", excluding
me, I would like you to understand that writing something like
"_someone_ who knows much more than you told me, _somewhere_,
_sometime_, that I should not use <a-program-you-are-in-anger> because
it is not secure to use".
Now, note the use of "somexxx": you provided no documentation, no
links, no facts, no other discussions. Which version of x|inetd are
you referring to? Which version of fossil? Which OS? What kernel?
So what can you do in order to help fossil? I believe you can test and
crash a few installations on your own and report back results with
some numbers, in order to support all your statements and the
statements made by _someone_ expert.
In the meantime I suggest you to carefully read this mailing list
before posting, as well as you do review basic mailing list rules and
recommendations (e.g., no html please). The simple fact that you point
git as an "enemy" for fossil means you do know very little about the
project and the culture behind it.