Re: Bug#283578: ITP: hot-babe -- erotic graphical system activitymonitor
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Stephen Frost <email@example.com> writes:
> * John Goerzen (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 02, 2004 at 12:28:20PM -0200, Fernanda Giroleti Weiden wrote:
>> > "It is also the type of discussion that deterred me
>> > from becoming involved in Debian for some time."
>> > http://lists.debian.org/debian-women/2004/12/msg00011.html
>> If our goal is to advance the cause of a Free operating system, then why
>> should we be including, in our OPERATING SYSTEM, images that serve no
>> useful purpose, and instead alienate millions or billions of people
>> worldwide? How does this advance our stated priorities: our users and
>> Free Software? Does anyone seriously think that we are being a
>> disservice to users because we don't have porn integrated into the
>> operating system? Does anyone seriously think that including these
>> particular images would be such an overwhelming benefit?
> I agree with this and is why I was suggesting that someone draft up some
> language which outlines, for the benefit of our users, things they're
> not likely to find in Debian. I suppose that might end up being too
> difficult but I think it'd be good to have some criteria for packages to
> pass in order to be accepted which includes issues like these and is
> clear enough that our users understand it.
I also agree with this, and think your proposal would be very useful.
I don't think the package in question furthers our production of a
free software operating system in any way.
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