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Re: [Bug-gne]Ideologies vs. Practicality in GNE

From: Hook
Subject: Re: [Bug-gne]Ideologies vs. Practicality in GNE
Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2001 21:34:07 +0800

Tom Chance wrote:
> What if we drew the line in this way:
> *It has to be informative; it must teach us something
> that from an academic or practical standpoint can be
> useful.
> *It cannot promote the harm of others in the present
> (but it can offer alternative accounts of previous
> sensitive events).
> Any other "rules" people can think of? It would be
> useful to draw up a philosophy of what articles we
> want to allow (leaving legal issues behind for a
> moment) so we know quite where we stand!

Now those two rules make a lot of sense to me. I'd guess that they'd also
protect the project from much of the potential for criticism if absolutely
any material were to be accepted.


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