[Klug-general] Alan Turing Pardon Petition
danattwood at googlemail.com
Tue Sep 1 10:37:27 UTC 2009
> Also just to be clear does the embargo on signing up to things also
> include Linux advocacy activities? How about getting someone to sign
> up to a sale, i.e. selling things like laptops? Many of the replies
> to the recent thread about ISPs contained recommendations made could
> be considered 'encouraging someone to signup for a contract with a new
You probably should have created a new message rather then replying to
another one - but lesson learnt and lifes to short to worry about it
As a general rules postings for linux advocacy, selling things etc is
fine so long- if in doubt ask an admin.
> >>I wasn't aware that there was a posting on the site, was it trawled
> >>from my Twitter or RSS feed because I certainly didn't post it there?
It would have come from your twitter feed and also would have cycled
away again pretty fast as the site only shows 3 tweets on the frontpage
at a time
Out of interest if you do suceed in getting a pardon for Turing, what
then? Who else do we then need to appologise to?
I sometimes feel it seems fruitless making people apologise for the
past, you can't change the past only learn from it and hope it doesn't
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