[all] Is the Denver Summit save?

Adam Spiers aspiers at suse.com
Tue Jan 29 19:40:40 UTC 2019

Anita Kuno <anteaya at anteaya.info> wrote: 
>One of the things I think we can agree on in an open source community 
>is the importance of making decisions about our own behaviour as 
>individuals, based on facts. 


>I don't have an answer to the question posed. I do have some 
>suggestions for those interested on how to access facts in this 
>I find that reading multiple news sources on a given issue to be very 
>helpful as I try to understand the full picture. 

This is a great suggestion. 

>In this matter, I find that reading Canadian news sources, 
>cbc.ca/news, thestar.com (you will be prompted to subscribe, you don't 
>have to subscribe), and globeandmail.com (some articles are for 
>subscribers only) to be very useful. The Canadian news site 
>nationalpost.com used to be a source I read often, but now I believe 
>all articles are for subscribers only. 
>Internationally I find bbc.co.uk helpful. 

Yes, BBC News is probably still fine for most news outside the UK. 
Although FWIW (and at a risk of going off on a tangent) my personal 
opinion as a Brit is that whilst BBC has traditionally been a fairly 
reliable news source with a (global?) reputation for impartiality, 
sadly it is no longer in general quite what it used to be.  In 
particular I would recommend taking any coverage in which UK politics 
has a stake with a pinch of salt.  Here again Anita's advice to 
consult multiple sources from different viewpoints is excellent :-) 

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