Re: Wish list... NOT!

Rodney M. Dyer (rmdyer@uncc.edu)
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
>actions.
>
>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

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