On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 12:57 PM, Udaya Kumar <tuxuday at gmail.com> wrote:
On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 10:57 AM, Mohan R <mohan43u at gmail.com> wrote:
On 23-Feb-2016 10:33, "Manokaran K" <manokaran at gmail.com> wrote:
group dedicated to freedom (of speech among others), I don't think its
right to object to anything thats not a personal attack.
So what qualifies as objectionable under freedom of speech? Anyone canaccept
vomit some shit an say it's my freedom of speech and GTFO. Will you
I felt that "Namaste" is not appropriate for ILUGC, that's why I asked OP
to consider replacing that salutation.
Moderators pls excuse for posting non-technical, though context is well
with-in how the thread has shaped up.
I reckon we all know what qualifies as objectionable. It doesn't come with
a clear border. Quoting an analogy none-the-less
While walking its my freedom to swing my arms. If i want to swing them 90
deg on either side, i have the freedom - if i can swing them 90 deg to
start with. While swinging if it hits people walking front & behind, then
my freedom is encroaching theirs. That's why there is no clear border.
I see no issue in OP using Namaste in salutation. Pls do remember this
group is called 'India Linux User Group - Chennai'. It includes
Linux/India/Chennai. So if i am to loose sanity for moment, can i say that
people from other districts on TN aren't allowed to participate? No, as
long as the post is about technical & Linux anyone is welcome. Salutation
doesn't matter in a technical post, so why make big issue on that. I hope
you agree techies care only how well the question is posted, rather than
To be frank your first response in this thread, with solution, was the
correct response until it was spoiled by you bringing 'Namaste' as note.
All other response are waste of resource.