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Re: openbsd.com, etc.



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On Tue, 12 May 1998, Jon Ribbens wrote:

> There might be a slight chance that someone would go to openbsd.com instead
> of openbsd.org, think that OpenBSD's server had been hacked and go away with
> a less-than-impressed view of OpenBSD's security. Which is a pity since
> OpenBSD treats security so carefully.

Eh, the page says that it isn't the real page.  It even links to the real
one.  I wouldn't suspect that someone could think its a hacked page or
something.

Though who knows.  Some people are stupid.  This person isn't doing a
parody or anything, and isn't trying to misrepresent OpenBSD.org's
website... <shrug>.

Doesn't change the fact that I think his page is stupid and annoying as
all get out, though.  But I'm used to OS bigotry.  I use MacOS and
OpenStep on workstations for crissakes :-)


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