READ THIS and stop deciding for us what we mean...
> what two arguments? all i've heard from you so far is that you don't like
> the dfsg.
This is entirely not my point. And, since you do not see fit to read all the
mails I have posted or are somehow simply incapable of comprehending the
simple expressions of english speech I have used within, please don't respond
again! And if you must write, try to do so with intelligence and thought, not
But, for the record:
1. I have no problem with the DFSG as a whole (in fact, were some other
changes made, I would actually be in favor of making it stricter)
2. I am not making a big fuss over nothing -- as a Debian developer it is my
responsiblity as yours to speak up where you feel needed.
3. Go read Milan Zamazal's message subjected "Is Debian Ideology?" -- it is a
pretty good reflexion of my actual concerns and not those which simply surface
due to your debian fears
4. Or Chris Lameter's recent message "Free Software orientation NOT at stake"
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