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Re: ISSUE-28: \"available security information\"

From: Timothy Hahn <hahnt@us.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2007 11:22:41 -0400
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+1 on keeping the section.

I think we could come up with a better adjective than "exhaustive". 
Perhaps "well known" or "known" would be sufficiently precise for now.

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Tim Hahn
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"Mary Ellen Zurko" <Mary_Ellen_Zurko@notesdev.ibm.com> 
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Re: ISSUE-28: \"available security information\"







> However, in its current state, I'm inclined to consider this section 
neither
> "exhaustive" (as the text claims it is), nor particularly useful.

I disagree on the utility. 

It's good to see an overview of the available security information that 
we've identified. Readers don't need to ask "have you thought about using 
x?", since they can just check the list. And it has useful references as 
well. 

I would argue against removing it, even in its current form. 

        Mez




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