just got this as part of an email answer to a debian-kde problem

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just got this as part of an email answer to a debian-kde problem

Laura Creighton
that I had.


Wulf Credo:
Respect the elders. Teach the young. Co-operate with the pack.
Play when you can. Hunt when you must. Rest in between.
Share your affections. Voice your opinion. Leave your Mark.


I think it misses 'appreciate beauty, defend the weak and opressed'
and I think that 'respect everybody' is a better rule.  I think
that the idea that 'respect must be earned' is poison.  On the
other hand, forfeiting respect is something that happens all the
time.  'Consider your respect' seems a little less old-fashioned
than 'be prudent' or 'be respectable'  but is this enough?

Otherwise, this is a fairly nice set of rules that would be
nice to teach our youth.  If as teachers, we got to teach them, what
else would you suggest.

Laura Creighton

<Hi wulfman, this is edu-sig http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/edu-sig/
which is ostensibly for python in education but is also the home of
'computer programming (in python) for everybody'.  see:
http://www.python.org/doc/essays/cp4e.html  I figured you would
not leave such a sig unless you cared about it, and it made me
think, for which, in addition to your debian advice, I thank you. >

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