Die Geschichte um diesen Blog-Eintrag ist übrigens ein Armutszeugnis für viele
Medien und Anhänger Freier Software.
Wie Ken Starks vier Tage später schreibt
http://linuxlock.blogspot.com/2008/12/character-assasinations-aint-us.html | The teachers that we entrust our kids with on a daily basis do us a service
| that is under-appreciated, under-paid and over-criticized. My mini tirade
| didn't add anything of value to the situation and only served to inflame an
| already volatile area of debate. You have my sincere apology for slapping
| you all with such a wide brush.
| The student did get his Linux disks back after the class. The lad was being
| disruptive, but that wasn't mentioned. Neither was the obvious fact that
| when she saw a gaggle of giggling 8th grade boys gathered around a laptop,
| the last thing she expected to see on that screen was a spinning cube.
|She didn't know what was on those disks he was handing out. It could have
|been porn, viral .exe's...any number of things for all she knew. When she
|heard that an adult had given him some of the disks to hand out, her
|spidey-senses started tingling.
| Karen seems to be a good teacher,
Diese Entschuldigung haben die meisten Leute aber nicht mitbekommen,
weil sich so viele Medien und Blogs auf das Sensationelle an der Geschichte