London bombings toll rises to 38
javacide at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 10:25:00 UTC 2005
Ante Karamatić wrote:
>On Fri, 2005-07-08 at 07:49 +0100, Jon Dixon wrote:
>>Maybe it's because Ubuntu aspires to 'humanity to others', and values
>>human life unlike those who carried out and support such attacks.
>Sure thing. But, you know, Ubuntu is Free software (free as in free
>speech). It can be used by anyone, even terorrists. So, could you say
>Ubuntu is supporting terorrists if it can be used by them?
>World is a complicated place. Politic topics aren't good for this lists.
>Even with this kind of tragic, horrible situations, you get someone who
>loose (people died - can there be a bigger loss?), and you have someone
>who wins (oil prices going down).
>So, let's just leave this event out of Ubuntu lists, ok?
yaiks!!! that is scary!!! terrorist COULD HAVE USED ubuntu to make bombs.
but seriously, ubuntu and open source in general doesn't live in a
vacuum. terrorism has its effects on everyone around the world.
Steve Ong Torrefranca
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