[svlug] Files That Will Not Delete
scottix at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 10:38:06 PST 2014
As stated twice now
>> With SpinRite, all we have is vague marketing materials and Gibson's surrounding aerosol of handwavium.
Slime Ball marketing person. [check]
So, I guess we both have that problem of carelessly reading mailing lists.
Maybe our concept of vague and handwavium is different, I don't know,
I don't care now.
Anyway I am done, I think we killed it, communication is hard.
On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 9:38 AM, Rick Moen <rick at svlug.org> wrote:
> Scottix wrote:
>> I think your description of him made him look like a slime ball marketing
>> person which explains nothing [...]
> I'm glad to clarify that I neither stated nor implied said view, and at your
> leisure you might consider re-reading what I actually did say, which was
> rather more nuanced. Or not.
> It's the Internet, so, if you cannot be misinformed and indulge a tendency
> to read carelessly on mailing lists, where _could_ you do so? Wave that
> flag proudly, sir.
>> It really comes down to a matter of who we trust. Also as we learned from
>> heartbleed, yes code can be open and there are benefits to it being open
>> but that does not mean it has been painstakingly audited.
> Is it Bromide Week, and I just didn't get the memo?
>> I guess my point is just turning on your computer is running black box
>> software / hardware.
> A small furry beast with a tag on its caller saying 'Matter of Degree'
> is pawing at your door, requesting entrance.
> QA Engineer walks into a bar. Orders a beer. Orders 0 beers. Orders
> 999999999 beers. Orders a lizard. Orders -1 beers. Orders a sfdeljknesv.
> Orders ; Drop table beers. Pentester orders <script>alert(1);</script> beers.
> -- @sempf, @apetresc, and @psiinon
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