[Full-Disclosure] Important Notice about Security Watch Debate
keith.ward at mcpmag.com
Thu Feb 12 23:18:35 GMT 2004
The problem is that such an arrangement could go on and on -- Roberta
responds back, you respond again, ad infinitum. I am making plans to get
as many responses as possible published in some manner. But we're going
to keep it to one response for the newsletter, since most newsletter
readers aren't keen on reading pages and pages of content.
From: James Bliss [mailto:james.bliss at comcast.net]
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 6:13 PM
To: Keith Ward; full-disclosure at lists.netsys.com
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Important Notice about Security Watch
>From your email it would appear that the 'battle lines' are already
Anyone submitting 'essays' may get them published and then Roberta
response to those essays is published. Will the parties submitting the
essays then be provided guaranteed space to rebut Roberta's responses?
truely open forum that would be allowed.
Perhaps some good advice for you would be:
1) Learn how to program and how computers work (this does not include
scripts in an application, although script kiddies do like some of
2) Practice, research, test, keep your mind open. Implement truely
scientific testing methodologies with no restrictions on what is tested
3) Truthfully report what you learn with no preconceived notions or
Is that not what true journalistic integrity is about?
On Thursday 12 February 2004 11:16, Keith Ward wrote:
> Hi all,
> When I wrote my pitch for articles on Microsoft security, I didn't
> realize that Monday was President's Day, and a holiday for my company.
> As such, there will be no Security Watch newsletter going out Monday
> containing the essay for Roberta Bragg to respond to. It's totally my
> fault; I hadn't checked the calendar.
> We will instead be publishing the article two days later, on
> Feb. 18. Roberta's follow-up article will be published the following
> Monday, Feb. 23. My apologies for any inconvenience this change of
> schedule may cause.
> And thanks for the responses we've gotten thus far; by and large,
> they're terrific! I'm thinking of ways to get many of the commentaries
> published, since there have been so many excellent ones. I'd like to
> all essays in by close of business tomorrow.
> Keith Ward
> Editor, Security Watch
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