I am glad that I have left my paranoia to a guy who is good at assessing
whatever it is we get in the sense of code. In the mean time we have been
using the CIA fact book for years now. They indeed have more resources and
we have been using them. You know what, when we get code from the CIA, you
can review this sane code as well.
2009/1/24 Nikola Smolenski <smolensk(a)eunet.yu>
On Saturday 24 January 2009 08:48:56 Gerard Meijssen
When the CIA or any other American governmental
to share that is of benefit to us, we should be
gracious and thankful and
accept and reflect what boon we have been given. Recently we accepted
advice from Apple. The people around the UNICEF
usability extensions have
worked to make their software functional on head. There is a lot of great
work done outside of the WMF and it is at our collective loss when all
important work is ditched.
If you think the CIA is evil per definition, fine. It does not change one
iota the effort that Brion will put into checking into their code or
else's code. In the end the code makes it
obvious if the CIA is evil in
CIA is evil by definition. If they offer you something, it will be
that may seem to be beneficial for you, but will in fact benefit them.
that CIA has much more resources than you, you can never be sure if their
help will in fact be detrimental to you.
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