[wp-hackers] WP-Hackers Stats for June 2006
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Sat Jul 1 15:04:52 GMT 2006
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"preserved, not distinguished"
Meaning that if I send an email to the mailing list, it should forward it
to the users with my name intact the way I "cased" it; but the stats should
not distinguish between one "casing" and the other... or am I reading it
In the SMTP RFC (that I just skimmed through) it says that
In particular, in some hosts the user "smith" is different from the user
But I've never run across that myself in all my years of IT work and
research - do you know what they are referring to? Then again - this RFC is
1982... not exactly up to date.
I'm saying: the RFC agrees with me according to what Les just said, but
even if it didn't, what should be valued more - an RFC that no one knows or
following a non-standard standard that people know and use?
For all intents and purposes aliases aren't case-sensitive, and should
never be treated as such.
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