[ILUG-BOM] [Flame Bait] Open Office not upgradable in Linux but possible in Windows.
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Mon Jun 22 10:57:32 IST 2009
> On Sun, 2009-06-21 at 22:06 +0530, Rony wrote:
>> Krishnakant wrote:
>>> On Sun, 2009-06-21 at 18:51 +0530, Rony wrote:
>>>> From Stallman's article, hacking does show a naughty side, a breaking
>>>> of rules, of breaking security to some extent. It is not surprising that
>>>> the term hacking is now used for those who breach security.
>>> I think one needs to hav a reading brains to read what that article
>>> says. Even if those things involve a naughty side they all mean
>>> harmless entertainment or some kind of bennifit that does not hert
>>> others (except those who are doing wrong propaganda about this term) :).
>> One also needs reading brains to understand what others on this list are
>> trying to say.
> The simple solution is that those who want to disagree may disagree.
> But truth still remains the same.
> I beleive the point raised by siddesh is very valid. Those who know the
> truth have no objection, those who are new comers need to be explained.
> I would just like to add one more point. Those who don't want to agree
> regardless of whether they are old members of this list or new ones may
> choos to do so.
> By all means continue the wrong propaganda and we will continue to
> reverce it.
> I think a lot of arguements have been made and a lot of resources
> firnished to explain what hacking actually means in terms of programming
> or ICT for that matter.
> JTD also provided the history. Let's stop this debait because nither
> trooth is going to change nor those who disagree.
The issue was about pressurising students to give answers in exams that
are opposite to those in their syllabus. We all know the difference
between hacking and cracking.
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