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Fedor Zuev <Fedor_zuev@mail.ru> wrote:

> On Tue, 30 Sep 2003, Brian T. Sniffen wrote:
> >>
> >>   - Several persons of Debian stated on that list that they would drop
> >>     any political text of GNU in GNU packages they may maintain.
> >Mathieu, you're lying.  Provide citations of any Debian Developer
> >doing so -- provide citations of a non-Developer saying so and I'll
> >downgrade you to "mistaken".
> >What I *have* seen is assertions that removable-but-not-modifiable
> >text should be removed, as it is not DFSG-free.
> 	Do you know many political texts of GNU, which is freely
> modifiable?
> 	Do you know many modern (not public domain)  political texts
> of any source, which is freely [unlimited] modifiable?

This is Off-Topic, a tangent.  Let Mathieu answer the question please.

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