On Fri, 2004-04-30 at 04:48 -0700, Hans Reiser wrote: > Putting Stallman's (or FSF's) work in the non-free section of your > distribution is the lack of respect and gratitude that I speak of. > No, that would be nothing to do with respect or gratitude; but a simple licence problem. We require that the licences of all software in our main distribution meet certain standards of freedom, the GFDL at this time sadly doesn't. It's nothing personal; we fully respect Richard's wishes to prevent modification of important GNU philosophy and licence his documentation to ensure this. We respect him. so are obeying his wishes in the only way our Social Contract allows us to do ... rather than disobeying his wishes. Likewise I'm sure most of us respect your wish to prevent the removal of your attributes, and we will obey those wishes in the only way our Social Contract allows us to do. Scott -- Have you ever, ever felt like this? Had strange things happen? Are you going round the twist?
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