Samuelson's Law (was: Please focus on one generic spell checker in Debian)
Peter Samuelson <email@example.com> writes:
> [Michael Tautschnig]
> > Debian's Social Contract says that "Our priorities are our users
> > and free software". It does _not_ say that "Debian should tell
> > users what is good". Right?
> Would it be appropriate here to propose a corollary to Godwin's Law
> involving the first sentence of point 4 of the Debian Social Contract?
> I can't think of a snappy name for the corollary, though.
It would not be a corollary, since it doesn't follow logically from
Perhaps Samuelson's Law, since you're proposing it :-)
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