Re: Wish list... NOT!

Rodney M. Dyer (
Fri, 21 Jul 1995 10:40:20 -0400

>Reflector operators that are kind enough to let us use their machines should
>not be responsible for what is being bounced off them in their absence.
>Whoever is "abusing" their "privileges" is responsible for his/her own
>If you don't like what you see, close the window. It's really easy to do.
>If you have kids that you are trying to protect keep the application on
>a disk and out of their reach when you are away.
>It is useful for me to know of lurkers presence in the absence of an
>address when CU-SeeMe is used for private video conferences. At
>the very least you know that someone is watching.

You didn't get the reasoning...

Reflector operators are responsible IF the sender IP is not made available
to the receiver.
It's very similar to a radio station not telling who is producing a show.

Note: About the lurkers...I could care less TOM SERVO is watching...


Rodney M. Dyer
PC Network Administrator
College of Engineering
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Phone: (704)547-3154