PyCon registration: last days at Early Bird rate
peter at engcorp.com
Tue Feb 25 03:53:02 CET 2003
Martijn Faassen wrote:
> Steve Holden <sholden at holdenweb.com> wrote:
> > Make sure you get your place at the best possible rate, joining conferees
> > from PythonLabs, Red Hat, the Open Software Applications Foundation and many
> > others at this first event run by and for the Python community.
> That ain't true; EuroPython was held last june and it was definitely run
> 'for and by the Python community'. Is this information being now ruthlessly
> surpressed by the PSU? I'm sure though that PyCon will be a lot of fun too,
> and I'm planning on attending.
The PSU being what it is, any information suppression that is
carried out is of course carried out in a ruthless manner,
so the question reduces simply to "is this information being
suppressed by the PSU?"
The PSU still being what it is, one has to consider that with
access to the time machine, the PSU has control over all
information over which it wants control, and of course that
control will always take the form of suppression. Therefore,
the question reduces to "does the PSU want to control this
The PSU still being what it is two paragraphs later (*),
it should be obvious to all involved that the PSU does indeed
want to control all information, so the question reduces to a
tautology and needn't be answered.
-Peter "Senior Guru Logician" Hansen, C.S.G.L
(*) with access to the time machine, it wouldn't even be
surprising if the PSU was still what it was two paragraphs
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