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Re: your mail

On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 01:50:00AM -0500, Joe Wreschnig scribbled:
> On Mon, 2004-05-31 at 21:31, Marek Habersack wrote:
> > On Mon, May 31, 2004 at 06:09:14PM -0800, D. Starner scribbled:
> > > > > 1) It encourages free alternatives to be written.
> > > > Everytime I see some smartass writing that, I wish they would actually
> > > > damned code that alternative. Then and ONLY then they have the right to
> > > > remove anything. 
> > > 
> > > If I upload AutoCAD, will you oppose removing it? Part of what makes the
> > If there is no alternative? No, I wouldn't oppose it then. I would be glad
> > there was AutoCAD in Debian, since then I could put Debian on my sister's
> > machine (which needs AutoCAD, 3DMax and ArchiCAD, none of which exist under
> > Linux OSes)
> How did you pass your P&P? I ask this seriously, because I was asked
> specifically to uphold the Debian Social Contract and abide by the DFSG.
Oh, here we go. Ask James Troup, not me :) Geez, how old are you? Anyhow,
you are free to move a GR to remove me from the Debian project. Feel free to
do so (and gain the grattitude of the free software world, hehe)

> Apparently, you weren't?
And you're the one to judge. Rats, my bad.

> > We have, at this
> > moment, 3 versions of X11 around - X.org's, the fdo's kdrive one, and
> > xfree86 - now isn't it a waste of valuable energy and human resources? This
> > fragmentation of efforts is what leads to a situation in which there are no
> > real alternatives to AutoCAD, ArchiCAD or 3DMax on the free side of the
> > software world
> I just want to reemphasize this statement, because it's beautiful.
You are hillarious :) Maybe you will become the Debian court jester?


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