Anytime someone proposes "hey we could solve this problem by adding a flag saying don't do the things I don't like, and if they still do those things they've violated the spec, problem solved in-specification" (this happens more often than you may think) I wonder if that person is familiar with RFC 3514.

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@cwebber I love it!

However, the system MAY provide an API to allow it to be cleared for non-malicious activity by users who normally engage in attack behavior.


@cwebber Also a good summation of the Democrat party's answer to systemic injustice.

@cwebber love it ❤️ -- they're also forgetting the heywood principle! "coders will stop implementing a spec as soon as their personal use-case is working"

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