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[liberationtech] list reply-all

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Tue Mar 19 16:32:16 PDT 2013


We used to use individual replies rather than reply all, but the list
members took a vote to change the default to reply all.  If there's
enough interest, we could always bring it up for another vote, as the
decision was made a year or so ago, and the list has grown a lot since
then.

Best,

Yosem
One of the list moderators

On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 4:08 PM, Joseph Lorenzo Hall <joe at cdt.org> wrote:
> Has the possibility of reconfiguring libtech to not reply-all by default been broached? Maybe I'm the only one that trips over it so often. best, Joe
>
> On Mar 19, 2013, at 19:06, Joseph Lorenzo Hall <joe at cdt.org> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> best, Joe
>>
>> --
>> Joseph Lorenzo Hall
>> Senior Staff Technologist
>> Center for Democracy & Technology
>> https://www.cdt.org/
>>
>> On Mar 19, 2013, at 16:18, Eleanor Saitta <ella at dymaxion.org> wrote:
>>
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>>> On 2013.03.19 15.02, Lindsay Beck wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>>
>>>> NDItech is looking to collect a set of the best-of-the-best
>>>> resources on threat modeling and risk assessment, particularly on
>>>> information security pertaining to creating, storing, and sharing
>>>> information. I'd love to hear from the list on what tools/resources
>>>> you use, and will re-share an aggregated list.
>>>
>>> Lindsay:
>>>
>>> We don't have writeups finished yet, but at the Tactical Tech
>>> Integrated Security workshop and the Internews Level-Up event that
>>> followed it, we worked on turning the work that Brenda Larcom and I
>>> have been doing on the Trike project into something more suitable for
>>> NGOs and individuals to use for understanding the risks to their
>>> practices.  Separately, there will hopefully be better writeups for
>>> the Trike project, suitable for use by security analysts and engineers
>>> during software development.  The existing Trike information can be
>>> found at http://octotrike.org -- the two spreadsheets are the most
>>> relevant.
>>>
>>> E.
>>>
>>> - --
>>> Ideas are my favorite toys.
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