[volunteers] (forw) [Mailman-owner] volunteers post from kmcdevitt@astaro.com requires approval

Rick Moen rick at linuxmafia.com
Wed Mar 30 10:45:29 PST 2011

A reminder of lingering effects from vanished SVLUG personnel's
antisocial behaviour:  2006-8 President Paul Reiber, the belligerent
alcoholic, subscribed 'president at svlug.org' to beaucoup mailing lists
and publicity services, and then walked away.

I'm still cleaning his mess.  We couldn't just blackhole
'president at svlug.org' mail; there is occasional meaningful contact.  So,
I /etc/aliases redirected such mail to Volunteers, thus landing it in
Mailman's admin queue.

I've just now unsubscribed 'president at svlug.org' from this _particular_
press release service, Astaro Internet Security's.  Or so Astaro claims.

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Do you really understand cloud computing?  

Dear Paul,                           

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