Re: [rant] Re: Consequences of moving Emacs Manuals to non-free
On 24 Mar 2006, David Kastrup outgrape:
> More like that Debian packagers' views don't correspond with either
> the upstream free software authors' nor the users' views, and that
And you speak for all the users?
> Debian feels it has the right to teach both morals, making use of
> the means provided freely from upstream.
Debian is teaching nothing. It is providing a free service,
and a free OS. It also provides some ancillary non-free software as
a service to our users who may want such.
If you think that classification of what we want to provide
for free, and freely, to our users is preaching, well, you are
entitled to your opinion. Ranting at the people who are providing
such a service may be boorish, but is your right. My attention is
What we cannot speak about we must pass over in silence. Wittgenstein
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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