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Re: sarge and software patents

On Thu, Jun 30, 2005 at 10:25:47PM +0200, Guillaume TESSIER wrote:
Kent West wrote:

Guillaume TESSIER wrote:

My little sister could <deleted> register on a web site.


If tomorrow my job is to migrate Linux plateforms onto windows, then
i'll feel like <deleted> and will soon be unemployed.

Realizing that different cultures have different concepts of "foul
language", this is just a reminder of Debian's stated policy, from

   Code of conduct

Do not use foul language; besides, some people receive the lists via
packet radio, where swearing is illegal.

There are other languages and behaviors that don't use **** or **** bit are much worst.

There is a huge misinformation campaign to make deputies think software patents are necessary for innovation. Many people are mooving. Like writing letters to their deputies and to newspapers.

The more people would have been reacting, the more chance we would have to avoid the disaster. It's sad that software has to deal with politics. Also sad you think i'm the bas guy.

You're making jerk of yourself in front of hundreds of people. Please
stop or take your comments to slashdot, where they belong.

Steve Block

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