I closed -open's archive: [svfig-open] svfig-open scanned
forther at comcast.net
Wed Feb 4 17:24:14 PST 2004
Thanks George. Forgive me my assumptions.
I had assumed that "open to the public" meant through some gateway sign-in
or index page.
I also assumed that it was flagged 'no' to the robot spiders which roam the
I remember your spam-proof addressing missive and noted with warm gratitude
that it was implemented in the posts I reached with Alta-Vista.
At 09:14 AM 02/04/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>Kevin Appert wrote:
>>For example - this url came up in a search:
>>Note that it can be read without going through the sign-in page.
>>Is the archive intentionally open to the public? To search engines?
>?Search engines... ?military-style assault-engines...
>... I've taken -open private to subscribers; but any one may subscribe.
>I remember advertising -open's model of publicly available archives (with
>@-less addresses)... ?remember when 'anyone' could post... even still,
>I'll entertain interest in re-opening it or keeping it closed. -g
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