Re: committee for FSF-Debian discussion
firstname.lastname@example.org (Brian T. Sniffen) a tapoté :
> email@example.com (Bruce Perens) writes:
> > The following persons have agreed to serve on a committee regarding the
> > FSF - Debian discussion:
> > Eben Moglen, Attorney for the Free Software Foundation.
> > Henri Poole, Board member, Free Software Foundation.
> > Benj. "Mako" Hill, Debian.
> > I am seeking another candidate from the Debian side. A good candidate would
> > be able to approach the discussion with a constructive and dispassionate
> > attitude.
> A good candidate would also be familiar with debian-legal's analysis
> of the GFDL. Any of N Nerode, D Armstrong, or A DeRobertis would
> serve well --
> Branden Robinson would, I suspect, be objectionable to the FSF,
He does not fit to the description above.
> and Thomas Bushnell is a GNU developer as well.
Isn't it a good reason to have him in such committee? Doesn't it prove
that he have great interest in both projects and so have reasons to be
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