Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 23rd Mar 2007 17:52 UTC, submitted by alexorizor
Zeta Bernd Korz has announced that the Zeta development team and Magnussoft are parting ways [German]. The team and Bernd will continue to develop Zeta, and the service pack (Zeta v1.51) will still be released in the coming weeks.
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RE[7]: Haha
by ormandj on Sat 24th Mar 2007 00:08 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Haha"
ormandj
Member since:
2005-10-09

NM, must have been caching system. Ignore this post.

Edited 2007-03-24 00:08

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RE[8]: Haha
by melkor on Sat 24th Mar 2007 00:12 in reply to "RE[7]: Haha"
melkor Member since:
2006-12-16

Seems to have worked, I expect to be modded down, since it is in some respects, a personal attack on Thom, well not Thom, but some of his very weird belief systems. I believe in true freedom of speech, not fettered freedom of speech that certain European countries enforce illegally on their constituents. Sure, the War was bad, I'm not supporting it, but sweeping what happened under the carpet in a forced form of forgetfullness isn't the way to deal with it. Forbidding people to talk about it, or to refer to it, isn't the right way of dealing with it.

As to the system placing certain 'can't mod up' rights on individuals, nothing surprises me in the slightest. I've made my feelings clear on the osnews.com modding system previously under a different user name.

Dave

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RE[9]: Haha
by osterfrank on Sat 24th Mar 2007 00:53 in reply to "RE[8]: Haha"
osterfrank Member since:
2006-10-14

> I believe in true freedom of speech, not fettered freedom of speech that
> certain European countries enforce illegally on their constituents. Sure,
> the War was bad, I'm not supporting it, but sweeping what happened
> under the carpet in a forced form of forgetfullness isn't the way to deal
> with it. Forbidding people to talk about it, or to refer to it, isn't the right > way of dealing with it.

I don't know where you got the idea that European countries forbid talking about the war. That's utter nonsense. E.g. in Germany, the ONLY thing you must not do is claiming that the Holocaust hasn't taken place. You can talk about the Holocaust as much as you want to and you're certainly not supposed to forget about it. (Far from it!)

Of course you can disagree and argue that you should not restrict the freedom of speech in any way. But please don't spread FUD about European countries prohibiting people from talking about the war or something.

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