[hackerspaces] DARPA Sponsored Hacker Space Assessment

Lokkju Brennr lokkju at gmail.com
Tue Dec 6 18:45:35 CET 2011

Meh, I'd have no problem with it, personally - but neither would I
treat them different from any other entity that may want such
information.  DARPA, if and when they put their mind to something, has
the resources to be a huge help - and they've supported many awesome
projects in the past.
I'm definitely a paranoid one, but there is really no disadvantage I
can see in this - if they wanted the info, they could get it anyway,
and it all voluntary, so where is the harm?


On Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 9:41 AM, Phillip Rhodes
<motley.crue.fan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 12:37 PM, Thorsten Haas <chaos at skytee.de> wrote:
>> I find it rather creepy to rather share such information with government
>> entities than the general public or other hacker spaces.
> To be honest, I find it creepy that we're even having this
> conversation.  Why is DARPA such
> a hot topic of conversation in the hackerspaces community?  Has it
> always been this way, or
> is this new?  (Sorry, I've been around the broader "hacker culture"
> for decades, but am fairly new
> to this list specifically, so I really don't know the norms here yet.)
> Phil
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