On Tue, 10 Jul 2007, Guy Chapman aka JzG wrote:
What is not
acceptable is a determined effort, in the face of warnings, to repeatedly link to an
attack site. Whatever the excuse given.
Yes, exactly that. Determined effort in
the face of warnings (or even
polite requests) is the behaviour problem. Simply linking in the
first place is not in and of itself a behaviour problem
Determined effort to link in the face of warnings is only a behavior problem
once it has been established that making the link is inappropriate and the
warnings are necessary. But for the attack sites policy, this is the *very
thing in dispute*.
In other words, linking in the face of warnings about policies may be trouble.
Linking in the face of warnings about non-policies isn't.