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Re: a bug in default .mozconfig

From: Alexander Sack
Subject: Re: a bug in default .mozconfig
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 01:21:35 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.13 (2006-08-11)

On Thu, Aug 16, 2007 at 05:24:23PM -0500, Karl Berry wrote:
>     privacy features are not really reasonable
> Well, that's quite a sweeping statement.

Can you please keep a bit more context when replying? especially, if
you declare a statement as "sweeping" it makes sense ...

> It seems to me the question is not whether it is theoretically possible
> to work around the privacy features, but whether most web sites actually
> do.  I don't know how to begin to investigate the answer statistically,
> but my hunch is that they don't.

... this argument reads like "security through obscurity" imo ... not
really valid.

>     cleanly to an extension that will help you to merge your changes into
> Thank you.  An extension seems to me like the cleanest way to implement
> them, regardless.  Giuseppe?

Its not only the cleanest way to implement, but imo probably the only
way that we will be able to join forces in the long run. Mike?

 - Alexander

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