[cryptography] Cypherpunks mailing list

jameschoate at austin.rr.com jameschoate at austin.rr.com
Mon Mar 25 12:53:41 EDT 2013

Well then start one up and show us how it's done Adam. Put your money where your mouth is.

---- Adam Back <adam at cypherspace.org> wrote: 
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 05:13:57PM +0100, Moritz wrote:
> >On 25.03.2013 09:25, Adam Back wrote:
> >> because its a silly domain that people who dislike inviting their 
> >> addition to a watch-list will avoid.
> >
> >Isn't exactly that a nice property of a "cypherpunks" list?
> No it is not, it is a way to persuade people to leave, or not join the
> listserv.
> >> Maybe someone with a more neutral domain could try it - or a cypherpunks.*
> >> domain if they have a listserv handy.
> >
> >"Cypherpunks is a distributed mailing list. A subscriber can subscribe
> >to one node of the list and thereby participate on the full list. Each
> >node (called a Cypherpunks Distributed Remailer [CDR], although they are
> >not related to anonymous remailers) exchanges messages with the other
> >nodes in addition to sending messages to its subscribers."
> Yes I know, but that badly named listserv is the last CDR.
> Adam
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