Re: [dev] [ii] exposed password on process monitoring

From: Kurt H Maier <>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 17:03:52 -0400

On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 10:27:04PM +0200, Truls Becken wrote:
> So for the user they seem to have the same effect.
> Perhaps 2) is partly the reason they do 1), by the way.

Let's not make the fantastically naive mistake of assuming this userbase
is sufficiently large to comprise a statistical universe, much less
begin throwing pompous shit about "the user" into this discussion.

You have absolutely no proof that such servers are "the most popular"
and no reason to claim shitty server-specific behavior is any reason to
start crapping all over things defined in an actual RFC.

Finally, ii is not necessarily even something "the user" would ever
actually see, since there are tons of front-ends to this. This is
connection software. Let it manager connections. Nickserv is
post-connection spam involving PRIVMSG. Make no mistake.
Received on Thu Apr 19 2012 - 23:03:52 CEST

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