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Tim wrote:
On Tue, 2008-01-15 at 09:45 +0000, William John Murray wrote:

You have to know these rules when running a webserver.  If you don't,
then you've no business running one.

That's a little harsh:

management at example.com decide users can share data over the WWW and configure Apache accordingly.
UninformedUser shares "Sam's resume.doc" by placing in into 
~UninformedUser/public_html, the standard location on Linux.
Nothing to do with whomever is running the web server, and really it 
should just work. One cannot reasonably expect UninformedUser, a Ph. D. 
in quantum physics, to know all about running a webserver.



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