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On 2003-09-22 10:05:15 +0100 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org> wrote:
I value freedom in documentation just as much as I do for programs.  I
value it so much that I designed the GFDL specifically to induce
commercial publishers to publish free documentation.

Commercial or normally-proprietary or for-dividend?

It is harder to find good technical writers as volunteers
than good programmers as volunteers.

I am not sure that it is, but the FSF seem to be suspicious of the free press movement. A recent example of this was sending a doubting email to the discussion@fsfe list instead of engaging with the Geneva03 Autonomous Media Collective to seek the desired answers and see if there can be mutual benefit.

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