Quoting Lazarus Long (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Again, there is no excuse for racism in Debian. Other packages have > elided the inappropriate material in the past, as they should. An IRC > client has no business being racist. Debian is a distribution that > specifically caters to children; note the debian-junior project. As it > stands, your package is inappropriate to be on the box my daughter uses. Then don't install it on the box your daughter uses. Debian is about freedom, not censorship. Shielding from 'sensitive' material is a decision every parent can make by themselves, and it is _not_ the responsability of an organisation like Debian to make such a decision. It can be hard to be 'honest' when freedom is concerned, but it should be applied equally to standpoints you support, and to standpoints you're against. Greets, Robert (who obviously is against racism, but that's not the point) -- Linux Generation encrypted mail preferred. finger email@example.com for my GnuPG/PGP key. Life is a sexually transmitted disease with 100% mortality.
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