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Re: Diebold Voting Machines - Security Hole
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... A clever and wry (might I say frivolous) comment, it did bring a
smile. Thanks, even though it was at my expense.
Correct. It's all voluntary. It's also a voluntary choice to examine or
read a linked reference, such as at the start of this thread.
Yes, I did, with the references cited. I thought the situation was
humorous or at least incongruous, in a way. It made me laugh. And I hope
some others might have shared that good feeling.
No, I did not and do not accuse John of being negative. You got that
wrong. In my view, John has been nothing but positive and constructive.
You and I previously agreed on our interpretation of the content that John
linked, and I subsequently posted reference to a related free book. I
thought the thread was positive and productive, and hope some people may
be better equipped to personally act to mitigate the serious threat to
voting security. I appreciate the original post, and regret the
distraction to the topic of the thread.
No, you misunderstood. I have no issue with John of what he posted. It
was Jay C. James who has been negative and offensive. If you found my
message in response to him offensive, that was because it was a response
in kind. These things really add no positive value to anyone, and are
inherently negative and to be avoided. I hope I said that clearly and
well enough, and in not too many words.
No, he didn't and that wasn't written or implied. But when _you_ did, I
respected that as a valid rationale.
I respectfully observe that you seem to consistently advocate for
alternate viewpoints, and I believe that is a very valuable thing to bring
to any discussion. Thank you. You seem to leave no detail unexamined,
and that is also valuable. You did not seem to get all of the details
quite correct, and in this case, at least, I can't say that anyone could
or should blame you for that. (Possibly your nn newsreader makes some of
those details less easy to see, IDK.) Please do write again when we can
write more topically on Linux security. Thanks again.
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