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Re: A possible GFDL compromise: a proposal

On Friday 12 September 2003 23:05, Richard Stallman wrote:
>     I don't really believe it.  In the 1980s, formalized free software was
> a new concept for almost everybody.  Today, there are too many free
> software projects for the word _not_ to get out.
> My experience is just the opposite: our views are mostly suppressed.
> The open source movement is very effective at substituting their word
> for ours.  I find that most of the people who use our software have
> never even heard of our philosophy.

So your purpose is to spread GNU propaganda in invariant sections of GNU 
documentation, adding practical inconvenience where there shouldn't be.
How would you expect Debian to consider such manipulation free ?


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