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Vince heffer at mindspring.com
Tue Apr 5 03:50:11 UTC 2005


  Ok, so here we are.  Saying it is ok to crack the code of a programmer.

  You may want it to be public code, you may not.  It is up to you.  But
  to say you should crack the code of someone who asked it NOT to be
  cracked for reasons of their own is not a good thing. To suggest
  cracking it after they are dead, against their wishes, is grave robbing
  - or whatever words you want to put on it.

  If this is the modernization of amateur radio, then it is no wonder the
  FCC is giving freqs away.  I've understood it was a brotherhood; seems
  I may be wrong.

  Will see you all on the capitalist side of life,

  Vince

Boyd D Garrett Sr wrote:
> Vince wrote:
> 
>>
>>  Scott,
>>
>>  Rationalize all you want, it does not change things, or the wishes of
>>  the programmer.
>>
>>  A grave robber is a grave robber, no matter how you want rationalize
>>  it.
>>
>>  Vince
> 
> 
> Since we all subscribe to these lists voluntarily, you're free to post 
> what you like. But I, for one, would like to register my opinion that 
> you guys should take your p*ssing match off the reflector. Maybe you can 
> have a duel with Wouff-Hongs at 20 paces.
> 
> And Vince, hyperbole such as calling Scott a grave robber is ridiculous. 
> Which is why I, for one, would wish you take your argument elsewhere. 
> But, of course, you're free to do what you want; I'm merely expressing 
> my opinion.
> 
> 73,
> 
> Boyd / N5CTI
> 
> 
> 
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