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DOCUMENT: phage #346 [Re: Appropriate material] (1 message, 768 bytes)
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From: der Mouse <mouse@Larry.McRCIM.McGill.EDU>
To: phage
Date: Wed 01:58:11 07/12/1988 EST
Subject: Re: Appropriate material
References: [Thread Prev: 342] [Thread Next: 348] [Message Prev: 345] [Message Next: 347]

> In the meantime, there are many topics that we could discuss, but
> aren't.  [...] There is the formation of the CERT.

> Do any of you have anything to say on any of those topics?

CERT sounds like a good thing to have around; the number posted has
gone into my personal phonebook.  I hope I never need it, of course,
but still.

On another topic, I saw some reaction which was heading in the
direction of professional ethics regulation such as doctors and lawyers
have.  I don't know whether I'm taking things farther than the posters
intended, of course, but that's what it seemed to be heading towards.

I oppose the formation of a professional society to which all
practicioners of the art must belong.  Besides being unenforceable
(more so than in the case of doctors or lawyers), I don't think it's
necessary and doubt it's appropriate.

As someone else said (in another context, I believe), "Yours for the
least regulation feasible" (paraphrased).

					der Mouse

			old: mcgill-vision!mouse
			new: mouse@larry.mcrcim.mcgill.edu

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