Re: General Resolution: Removing non-free, Draft 2
On 7 Jun 2000, Peter Makholm wrote:
> Software can be compared with respect to features, useability,
> functionality and stability. I believe that the open development model
> maximizes these demads in the best way. That is why I'm advocating
> Free Software.
I'm sorry but advocating != enforcing. By closing non-free, debian is
becoming as closed as Microsoft. Closed-minded, not closed-source.
> Freedom is not much worth if you can't move.
The proposal is taking one freedom away and replacing it with another. How
do we gain?
David "cdlu" Graham
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