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Re: Unidentified subject!

Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org> writes:

>       The principal argument in favor of the GFDL seems
>     to be "this is the only way we can get our message out".
> The GNU Project's motive for using invariant sections is not the issue
> here; that's a GNU Project decision, not a Debian decision.

You are arguing that you should have a voice in what Debian does.

It seems only fair to allow that Debian should have a voice in what
the GNU Project does.

Regardless, I am a part of the GNU Project.  Shall we take a poll to
see whether the GNU Project agrees with your goals here?

> The question at hand is whether Debian should accept or reject
> GFDL-covered manuals.  The argument for that is that there are many
> such manuals and they would be useful to include, and the DFSG can
> be interpreted to accept it.

This is the same argument that non-free software producers give us all
the time.


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