Thanks for answering.
Some of your arguments seemed valid to me. However, I saw them more as
some restrictions and reservations, rather than a devastating
demonstration that the Hoppe remarks are "obvious nonsense", as you
The problems he points seem to be quite real, on the contrary. The
extension of rights offered by the community do viciously result in
consequences contrary to what was desired.
Take care of your wrists and such ;-)
Charlie Stross a écrit (3.10.2001/11:48) :
> On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 11:10:39PM +0200, Jacques Du Pasquier wrote:
> > Charlie,
> > I think I could use some devastating arguments of yours on this article,
> > if you don't mind going through such obvious stuff.
> > On a first reading, I found that the alternative advocated was not
> > stated very clearly, but that the arguments weren't bad.
> Okay, here it is again, along with my comments. Note that this is just
> the bits I snipped out -- I'm in the grip of a bad dose of RSI right now
> so I am _not_ going to do a detailed rebuttal to the entire article.
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