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Re: FSF has stopped linking to Debian website

Stephane Bortzmeyer <bortzmeyer@debian.org> a tapoté :

> On Friday 26 September 2003, at 14 h 23, 
> Branden Robinson <branden@debian.org> wrote:
> > Compare:
> > 
> > http://web.archive.org/web/20021128102620/http://www.gnu.org/links/links.ht=
> > ml
> > 
> > with:
> [ http://www.gnu.org/links/links.html ]
> Funny, FSF does not mention Debian or FreeBSD anymore,

An explanation has been added

* OpenBSD was removed because of mpg123... Well, it cannot imagine
that it was not possible to convince OpenBSD people to replace it with 
mpg321. Strange.

* NetBSD and FreeBSD links were removed because "they have proprietary
software packages that the distribute on their respective websites".

For NetBSD, I think that's it:
For FreeBSD, I did not found the problem on the website.

Anyway, it's not a big surprise that *BSD refers to non-free software
since the BSD licenses permits building non-free software with their

* Debian has been removed because of the non-free part.

It has been done "5 weeks, 4 days ago". I hope this has nothing to do
with the GFDL issue, which should be treated as a separated issue, if
we are not planning to start a war.

Sadly, it sounds like a divorce is near. We all have something to
loose here.

Mathieu Roy
  Not a native english speaker: 

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