Re: Analysis of the ballot options
Raul Miller <email@example.com> writes:
> An alternative view is that it hurts our users when we don't support
> the software we give them, and that the DFSG and Social Contract
> are aimed at making us as effective as possible at supporting
> our users.
Yes, my point is that we are *all* interested in helping our users,
and the disagreement is about what is the best way to help them.
I'm happy to discuss what is the best way to help them (though this
particular disagreement is sufficiently well-known that I am not sure
anything new is left to be said).
But I was responding to the claim that "my" camp is somehow not
interested in the well-being of our users, or that "we" place it
second-best. We place it first-best--just as you do; the disagreement
is not about whether or how important it is to help our users.
The disagreement is about which is the best way to help them.