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Indian Site Offers Reward For Googler Vandal 84

Posted by timothy
from the najayaz-paidaish-khota dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Indian website Techgoss, which offered a reward of Rs. 10,000 to get photos of Facebook founder in India, did manage to get photos of Zuckerberg attired in Indian clothes at an Indian wedding. They have followed up the success of the reward for photos of the Facebook founder with a bounty of Rs. 15,000 for the identity / details of the Google India employee who vandalized open source OpenStreetMaps in Jan, 2012. (Rs. 15,000 is one week's wages for a programmer at a top IT company in India)."
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Indian Site Offers Reward For Googler Vandal

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  • Article summary (Score:5, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Sunday January 29, 2012 @02:06PM (#38858511)

    I'm not trying to be trollish (although just by saying that I may have just pigeonholed myself) but this summary is *really* bad. I can barely follow the logic, grammar, or even the train of thought of those sentences!

    Slashdot editors, going downhill, get off my lawn, grumblegrumble....

  • Re:Article summary (Score:4, Insightful)

    by santosh.k83 (2442182) on Sunday January 29, 2012 @02:43PM (#38858697)
    Well, considering that English is not a native language, I'd say we aren't doing too bad on the whole, though there's always room for improvement. I wonder how many Americans know a second language at all, never mind whether they're good or bad in it. Seriously, many of us can speak and write pretty good English. You might try easing off on the stereotyping.

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