Re: Negative statement of intent
>>"Michael" == Michael Holzt <email@example.com> writes:
>> If you should be going to create new flyers and get them printed,
>> don't expect any support from for them from myself.
Michael> Fine. But please stop here for a while and ask yourself:
Michael> 'Am I helping the debian project with this? Or is my fith
Michael> for my own personal believes doing damage to the project?'
This is subjective, of course, but I think sending out the
message that we eat our own dog food, and use only free software, is
a good one.
Remember how the Unysis fiasco went down, when they were using
a UNIX server to denigrate UNIX OS'? They were laughed out of town
for not using the solutions they were proposing.
Michael> Sometimes it is more helpful for the big picture to accept a
Similar arguments w4ere advanced before we had the DFSG:
people were saying that being free to distribute was good enough,
that we needed to compromise in order to survive. I think
distributing evaluation copies of commercial software was proposed,
sice that would bring in ``revenue''.
Guess what, we survive, despite the DFSG.
I fully support Joey here.
Finagle's Eighth Law: If an experiment works, something has gone
wrong. Finagle's Ninth Law: No matter what results are expected,
someone is always willing to fake it. Finagle's Tenth Law: No matter
what the result someone is always eager to misinterpret it.
Finagle's Eleventh Law: No matter what occurs, someone believes it
happened according to his pet theory.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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