Andreas Bernauer wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
>> Is scsh/ekko.scm meant to be exec()'d? I ask, because it is not
>> installed executable by the Makefile, so its "#!" header is useless.
> Well, on my system it is installed executable... AFAIK, it is meant
> to be executable.
OK, thanks for the confirmation. I will become the Debian scsh package
maintainer soon, and I'll install that file executable then.
>> P.S.: Humans (as opposed to spam bots) wishing to answer me are
>> encouraged to write to (...)
> Maybe you can think of another trick for the bots?
I have no better idea.
> I needed more time to get out your mail address than to answer your
Maybe I wasn't clear on this: The email address in the "From:" header
is valid. If passing the Turing test takes too much time, just hit
"reply". It will work, if you reply within a few weeks, as I expect
things to happen anyway. Simply, when spam bots start picking up this
address, it will become invalid. If someone reads my mail in an
archive years from now, he will need to pass the Turing test, that's
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