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On Wed, 10 Mar 1999, Bruce Sass wrote:

> On Wed, 10 Mar 1999, Jules Bean wrote:
> > RMS wants to make a point, and his point is that it is realistic to use a
> > completely free OS.  He'd like us to prove his point by providing an
> > example of such.
> Isn't that what GNU is about.  


Funnily enough, it's also precisely what Debian's about.  And we're in a
position to do so.

> Why doesn't GNU prove his point? 

Why don't we?

> [Put on your `logic goggles' and check out the GNU site sometime,
> specifically the philosophy section.  The UDI discourse is good for a
> laugh, from a logic POV.]

Some of the stuff there is very good indeed, however.


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