the "war is good" perspective "de Raadt decided that it would be a good idea to use the publicity surrounding the deal to condemn the war in Iraq. Perhaps logic outside of what happens inside the OpenBSD kernel isn't his strong suit. " the slightly more unbias perspective "Canada's Globe and Mail quoted him as saying: "I actually am fairly uncomfortable about it, even if our firm stipulation was that they cannot tell us what to do. We are simply doing what we do anyways - securing software - and they have no say in the matter. I try to convince myself that our grant means a half of a cruise missile doesn't get built." " the original article where he says the bad things. although they don't quote the bad things. so i wonder what he really said. being "sickened" by war should not be a punishable offense... "He calls the war in Iraq an oil grab" did he really say "i think the war in iraq is an oil grab" or did he say "i i am unsure of our motivations to go into iraq. is it just an oil grab or is it really for the people" well i am bias too. my bias is that i think DARPA have some real anal retention problems. how did they ever let the internet start?!