On Mar 1, 2018 14:03, "Brad Klee" <bradk...@gmail.com> wrote:
2. [...] To make the trust situation more difficult, we can see that
trustica is affiliated with brmlab, a self-declared "hacker" entity based
in Prague [1,2].
Hi, Brad! Hope you are doing good. :)
Sorry for asking something so obvious, but do you really know what is a
Pardon, but your reference to 'brmlab' was not gentle or even polite, and
every single person who _really_ knows what is a hackerspace, its
importance, and what it means to hackers in the whole world, also knows how
important is being excellent to each other.
I sincerely thank you for discussing the posts and their subjects, but your
reference to 'a self-declared "hacker" entity' was very disgusting.
Please, search a bit more about hackerspaces, makerspaces and fablabs,
about their importance in poor countries like mine, for example.
I live in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and because of a hackerspace, I became a
lawyer who thinks that a simple LED blinking or a little bit of coding can
bring happiness to poor kids and change their lives. When you use a
hackerspace resources for teaching, for example, how to get more political
transparency - wow! - it's pure, astonishing beauty, I swear! <3
So, I sincerely ask you, *please respect hackerspaces, makerspaces and
fablabs*. Everyone deserves respect and it's pretty unfair judging any
kind of space without knowing its use.
Wish lovely nights and days to you and all the Curves members! <3
Ceci... not a 'brmlab' member, but always a hackerspaces lover, yay! ;D
"Don't let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your
curiosity. It's your place in the world; it's your life. Go on and do all
you can with it, and make it the life you want to live." - Mae Jemison
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