[thelist] Removing previous posts from thelist archives.

Dan McCullough dan.mccullough at gmail.com
Fri Aug 11 11:00:57 CDT 2006

Also make sure your subcontractors or employees do the same, we had a
client send an email with some snippet of code that we had done that
had their name in it, it turned out one of our emergency subcontract
guys had left it in his question.

On 8/11/06, Jacob Reiff <jacob at jaacob.com> wrote:
> > I always use TinyURL for showing sites and politely request that
> > no-one uses the client name. I assume that this is safe?
> >
> > http://tinyurl.com/
> >
> > ben
> > --
> > Ben Morrison
> > --
> I've done the TinyURL bit a few times, and on more than one occasion
> somebody on the list (not this one specifically) responded to my
> message with the actual URL, sometimes as a deep link, usually
> referencing copy/client's name as well. Don't trust the TinyURL
> method to keep you safe.
> I think the best way is to have a dev site where you can send people.
> 99% of the time, it's not a problem with content, so use the same
> code with dummy content, that way Google doesn't make a link between
> the client and your question.
> --
> Jacob
> http://www.jaacob.com
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