Re: NVDA in Employment
Anyone who suggests that open source software shouldn't be allowed in a securetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
environment doesn't understand the concept of peer review and "we have nothing
to hide - look at our software and judge for yourself (I don't mean the
average user, I mean security experts) whether it's secure or not".
Proprietary software can hide all sorts of bugs and backdoors the vendor wants
to behind the cloak of secrecy. That's not the same as security.
On Sunday 25 August 2019 at 13:38:39, kelby carlson wrote:
If you can smile when all about you things are going wrong, you must have
someone in mind to take the blame.
Please reply to the list;
please *don't* CC me.