[Python-il] [pyweb-il:641] Advertisement: Hacker News IL
Udi h Bauman
dibaunaumh at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 11:08:49 IST 2010
BTW, & regardless of the debate, FaceBook also contributes to open-source
(see their github page <http://github.com/facebook/tornado/>), including
Tornado <http://github.com/facebook/tornado/> (a scalable Python-based
web-server developed at FriendFeed) &
of the best non-relational databases).
On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 10:10 AM, Meir Kriheli <meir at mksoft.co.il> wrote:
> On 01/04/2010 02:05 AM, Idan Gazit wrote:
> > On Jan 4, 2010, at 12:12 AM, Meir Kriheli wrote:web-server<http://github.com/facebook/tornado/tree/master/tornado/>
> >> On 01/03/2010 08:18 PM, Idan Gazit wrote:
> >>> Sorry, this thread has devolved into philosophical BS.
> >> And the list goes on. Those things are important to me, and even if
> >> they cost me money I'm standing by them. Calling my way of life and
> >> choices "BS" or zealotry is not taken lightly.
> > I didn't call your choices BS. Kol haKavod that you maintain a strict
> > diet of only Free Software. I think that unless you practice this
> > strict diet (no closed-source tool, no google, etc) then saying that
> > usage of Facebook is "more evil" than the next is hypocritical.
> Not really, as Google advances FOSS, pays each summer to programmers to
> work on FOSS (including Django and Python), provides a CDN for lots of
> FOSS libraries, release large amounts of code as FOSS (for many
> languages/frameworks), and even hosting some python web group's
> meetings. To make a leap from them to facebook and calling it hypocrisy
> isn't serious.
> But that's orthogonal to the discussion: my (and other hackers) ban on
> facebook is not FOSS related (I'm not the one who brought that up) but a
> _social_ one. I expect hackers, more than others, to understand that.
> > In the end, saying "service X is evil and I won't use it" is almost
> > always a rationalization. If you take that approach to its logical
> > end, then you should be a hermit in a cave in Nepal, growing the food
> > you eat. In reality, we choose compromises based on cost (time or
> > money), and those choices are subjective.
> > I have no problem with anybody having strong opinions about which
> > compromises are better than others, so long as you realize that you
> > are arguing from a purely subjective basis. There is no "fact"
> > underneath most of these arguments, just feelings of which tradeoffs
> > are acceptable.
> Why make them ? There's already a hackers-il group which could
> revitalize, they have a mailing list, and host a wiki which can be used
> for organization:
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