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Re^4: Could we get a more systematic approach to security in perl?

by SilasTheMonk (Chaplain)
on Mar 30, 2010 at 06:50 UTC ( #831768=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Could we get a more systematic approach to security in perl?
in thread Could we get a more systematic approach to security in perl?

Okay I rephrase it. You are lampooning people meeting via the internet and giving that meeting a goal and a name. That's pretty sad.


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Re^5: Could we get a more systematic approach to security in perl?
by educated_foo (Vicar) on Mar 30, 2010 at 09:43 UTC
    Your mistake is believing that "The Alliance for Some Good Thing" is always a meeting of actual people, and not a cynical creation of the self-interest of a single person or corporation.
      Actually for a given "alliance" all sorts of things are possible:
      1. The alliance is a complete sham presenting a "good" face to the world; but actually out for its own interest.
      2. The alliance includes people who are in it for their own ends and people who are working towards a better world.
      3. All the people in the alliance have a mixture of altruistic and self advancing motives.
      4. The alliance is completely altruistic.
      5. etc etc
      I would say Scientology aspires to number 1. You seem to be saying that all "alliances" are number 1 and you are portraying me as believing all organizations are number 4. I have to admit that one motive I have is learning more about security and meeting people with a similar interest so that I can advance my career. If that is a selfish motive then you have a point.

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