[hackerspaces] Wiki cleanup: what to do with unrelated pages?

idnc_sk idnc_sk at vpslab.org
Fri Jul 7 10:21:20 CEST 2017

No, of course it could be [asking for opening _another thread_ about 
_another subject_]
but I reacted to "Wiki cleanup: what to do with unrelated pages"

interesting you took it personally.. wonder why ..

"Already know well some of Mark's theories" - I don't, yet so can't 
really argue

Of course, not everything is black and white..
/My colleague starts shooting people in their legs - all of them, every 
single human //
//he encounters because he always wanted to be an athlete, if all the 
others had a bullet//
//in their leg he could be a champion. There are many tricks he learned 
how to get that //
//bullet in someones leg. People are naive right? To make the 
transformation easier,
my other colleague runs huge campaigns proclaiming its OK to have //a 
bullet in your leg,
(some)people throughout the ages had one, learn to live with 
it,//embrace your bullet, //
a bullet for everyone! My other colleague starts a campaign aimed at the 
- ok we know that a bullet is un-humane thing but look at these 
carefully vetted studies.
we have to do that to "save the world"(tm) from all the agressively-fast 
running people
..... fun fun and moooore fun

On 07/07/2017 10:03 AM, Cecilia Tanaka wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 4:17 AM, idnc_sk <idnc_sk at vpslab.org> wrote:
>> Sounds more like a censorship attempt, or an attempt to make sure .org stays
>> as castrated, toothless, incapable of catalyzing real change as all the
>> prominent "special-interest-people-from-NGOs"-run hackerspaces "managing"
>> the hacker community. Who will decide whats relevant and what not, nobody
>> should, make your on-site indexes and search filters better but don't remove
>> content(at all/from index etc). If you need free computing resources I can
>> give you storage/bandwidth for free - if somehow you'd try to turn it into a
>> "financial burden" cloak.
> Is simply asking for opening _another thread_ about _another subject_
> a kind of "censorship"?  Even when both the threads would be exactly
> on the same list?  Woww...  Cultural differences are always
> fascinating!  :D
> I thank you sincerely for "your free computing resources", but
> "financial burden" was never my point.  You should re-read my message
> v-e-r-y, VERY, veeeryyy s-l-o-w-e-r, with calm and much more
> attention.  Already know well some of Mark's theories and it's always
> interesting to see how some people want to teach other people how to
> make revolutions and be more human and, at the same time, strongly
> reject transsexualism and other concepts deeply related with
> respecting to human rights.
> Please, *do not censor me* you too.  I have the right to ask him to
> expose his ideas in another thread to keep the HGDL a bit more
> organized.  If he wants to create another thread or not, it's his
> problem, not mine or yours.
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