På Fri, 24 Aug 2012 13:17:40 +0200, skrev Nino Novak <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Am 24.08.2012 12:41 schrieb Bjørn K Nilssen:
I guess that after I added the bug comment I'll have to wait a few days
if anything happens?
Nobody will read this comment.
Are you sure about that?
After a few unsuccessful attempts at removing it I found that a few new
comments had been added.
Then I received a mail saying that a person who was following the topic
had 'unsubscribed' - probably because he received too many
I also sent a mail/request to that listwrangler@.. address.
hopefully you used the right destination address (it's
Sorry about that - yes, I did use the right address, and so far I have
received a message saying that it will be moderated because I'm not a
subscriber to that list - but eventually will be posted there, if it
passes the moderation gate...
Problem is that I was contacted by one of those whose data was now made
wondering how this could have happened, as I've told everybody that
living persons would not be made public.
It is quite embarrassing..
Internet *is* public and therefore should be used with care.
Yes, but I have always considered such bug sites as un-indexed by and
invisible to search engines, like PM/DM's on forums and Facebook etc.
Apparently I was wrong..
Bjørn K Nilssen - email@example.com - 3D and panoramas
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