Re: Let's not forget why many people use/contribute to Debian
> I get tired of hearing this argument. Using this goal, we might aswell
> start doing Debian/Windows and make it really easy.
Please - stop this nonsense. Both you and I know that you can't do
Debian/Windows, simply because the core you would rely on has sooo
much legal-red-tape wrapped around it, that you couldn't debianize
it; even if you would want to.
> The whole idea behind Linux is to do things right. Switching to
> Linux is already asking people to do things the free way, and not
> the commercial way.
That part is right, but it will make things a lot easier if people
had a wider choice of software and not just 100%-ideologically
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