2010-03-10 01:09 keltezéssel, N B Day írta:
Another little gedenken: suppose someone decided to
post Mein Kampf
paragraph-by-paragraph in opensuse-en as tag lines, in otherwise
unobjectionable messages similar to the one I'm objecting to. Would
this be permitted?
If it is something done systematically, then I'd have objection. If it
just a random quotation as seems to be in this case (most likely
generated by the program "fortune"), I have no problem with it. Next
time it will joke about Hungarians or protestants (which I'm), then etc.
Many people use random quotations, and censoring these because sometimes
it is offensive makes more harm than good. Random quotations are not
aimed against anybody by the poster.
bigone112:~ # rpm -qi
Name : fortune Relocations: (not relocatable)
Summary : Random Saying
Fortune displays a random text string from a set of files in a certain
And the first random quotation after installation:
bigone112:~ # fortune
Man is the only animal that blushes -- or needs to.
-- Mark Twain
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