Re: [SystemSafety] Does "reliable" mean "safe" and or "secure" or neither?

From: Ross Hannan - Sigma < >
Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2016 00:19:35 +0100


I really don't understand why this list needs to degrade in to abuse on a regular basis and why certain members of this list seem to see others as fodder for these abusive attacks.

Ross Hannan
Some Sort of Engineer

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From: systemsafety [mailto:systemsafety-bounces_at_xxxxxx Sent: 23 April 2016 19:27
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Subject: Re: [SystemSafety] Does "reliable" mean "safe" and or "secure" or neither?

On 2016-04-23 19:43 , Nick Tudor wrote:
> DO-178C

In the absence of a complete sentence, let me suggest one.

It's fine for some industry consortium to find it has no use for a specific concept. RTCA likely has no use for the notion of a cup of tea, either (BS6008). But that doesn't mean it makes any sense to argue that there isn't any such thing as a cup of tea.

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