|Perl: the Markov chain saw|
RE: RE: Deep Linkageby BBQ (Deacon)
|on Jul 21, 2000 at 18:27 UTC||Need Help??|
"airgut?" how creative.
I'm honestly sorry, dude! But, you must concede that you do have a rather difficult handle! I even asked the people in #perlmonks and the best they could come up with was Aigh.
I wasn't talking about legality, I was talking about morality.
So was I! I am no authority on internet law, and can't argue in that field. I was discussing morality as well!
For one thing, it is a highjacking of this site. If people want to look at the pic I posted here, they can damn well look at my home node and vroom's banner while they are at it.
Whoa! Slow down big fella!! You're trying to say that jcwren, sets up a page with vroom's consense, and its highjacking of the site? I consider jc's page to be almost an extentsion of this site! The content was exactly the same, same users, same pics, just arranged in a different manner! That is hardly highjacking! Deep linking? Perhaps, but not highjacking... Highjacking would be if I took you're pic and copied it onto my machine. Then you might have a valid point. (more on this later).
That is how I feel, and is not for you to judge.
Dude, we aren't on trial here. I have my opinion, and I am allowed to disagree with yours, just as much as you are allowed to disagree with mine. We all make use of our judgement on a daily basis, it would be hard not to judge someone else's opinion. It's part of civilized interaction. Who are you to judge what I can or can't judge? ;)
I hardly think we need to resort to name-calling.
Sorry, you lost me on that one. Care to explain?
Also, I don't know if you are aware of American copyright law, but you don't have to register something.
As I said before, I have no idea of what the american law is, and to be perfectly honest, I don't give a damn... We aren't in America, we are on the Internet. Yes, perlmonks is located within the U.S. But my machines aren't... That's why I copied your image to my server, to make a point.
I just wanted to ask you this: is all of this mess worth a picture of you at a picnic? A picture that hasn't even been altered, or isn't obscene, or offending (at least not in any way that I can see)?
# Trust no1!