[ILUG-BOM] [Flame Bait] Open Office not upgradable in Linux but possible in Windows.

Rony gnulinuxist at gmail.com
Mon Jun 22 10:57:32 IST 2009


Krishnakant wrote:
> 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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