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Re: There was never a chance of a "GFDL compromise"

Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org> writes:

>       But if they were only removable without being
>     modifiable, then yes, removing them would be the only way to include the
>     accompanying documentation while still ensuring that all bits in Debian
>     guarantee the freedoms that we require.
> Not long ago, people were trying to reassure me that if invariant
> sections were removable, nobody would remove them.  I guess not.
> This reinforces my conclusion that it is essential for these sections
> to be unremovable as well as unmodifiable.

You have misunderstood.  I have already said this twice, so I hope
you'll read those messages.

It was already explained clearly "not long ago", and you have either
forgotten (unlikely), or were unable to understand the explanation
(unlikely), or some third explanation, like you are not being honest
or careful.

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