KDE on National Danish TV

Thomas Olsen tanghus at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 23:45:06 GMT 2009

On Friday 27 November 2009 23:49:24 spir wrote:
> Thomas Olsen <tanghus at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Surprised you see that on Danish TV, not of the content. Historically,
> > > the French army/authorities are quite paranoiac about spying --
> > > especially when coming from across the Atlantic ;-)
> >
> > Well Denmark is hardly cross the Atlantic but I get your point.
> I was not quite clear. Was not talking of the danish TV ;-) Was meaning
>  possible spying features in closed-source software coming who-knows-where
>  from. Some governments have adopted FLOSS as a general rule for this very
>  reason (else one cannot know what the software *actually* does -- besides
>  other considerations like... software quality itself).

I wasn't being too clear either (grammar?). Just wanted to bitch a bit more 
about the Danish government and national TV ;-)
Just yesterday the parliament voted for a new law which basically takes away 
our otherwise legal and democratic right to demonstrate. And I'm getting way 
to OT now.

Best Regards / Med venlig hilsen

Thomas Olsen
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