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Re: Security ad Reliability advisories
On Wed, Aug 28, 2002 at 01:21:18PM -0500, Gerardo Santana Gomez
> Did you receive all the advisories for OpenBSD 3.1?? I don't
> think so. There are currently 14 advisories for OpenBSD 3.1 and
> most of them are missed.
Ah, here we have something we can work with. You want to see an
email@example.com list that tells you of each change to -STABLE
worthy of being described on /errata.html.
If Theo et al. think it's worth their while to create such a list,
I'll probably subscribe to it.
Until they do so, if you want a low-impact way of getting the same
result would be to do a ``cvs co www/errata.html'' and then put
``cvs up www/errata.html'' in a cron job. You'll get an email when
it changes. More sophisticated tricks are possible with CVS if
As for worrying about unnecessary traffic...if it's not your
traffic, why worry? I can assure you that nobody who pays for the
traffic is worrying about it or else they'd be doing something
about it. Do you worry that I'm getting a few percent worse gas
mileage because my car is due for a tuneup?
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