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https appropriate for bug report systems?

From: Dan Jacobson
Subject: https appropriate for bug report systems?
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 10:00:51 +0800
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James> I suspect that [your bug] is resolved by

Hurmf, how can I queue a request for https with wwwoffle?
I'll have to make a special script in /etc/ppp/ip-up.d/
to do wget -Y off URL

You see, otherwise I won't necessarily remember to get your URL during
my 10 minute modem session at the end of the day.

Last time I checked, Stallman was writing passwords on blackboards.
Now with your new turn to high security, the chips are down for
offline users.

Furthermore, are https pages cacheable by most software?  If one can't
check one's records offline, then how will he remember your
response...  Must one have such high security just to read, not write,
a bug?

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