Re: Resolving the controversy
"Sandro Tosi" <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 10:34, Ben Finney <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Jacob Hallén <email@example.com> writes:
> >> Debian is not 100% free software, and it never has been.
> > Indeed. Those instances where it's not free are bugs to be fixed.
> So, you actually wanna do something to fix those bugs or wanna simply
> talk about them?
That's a false dichotomy. The talk in this context is regarding
whether they are DFSG violations at all.
> I see too many emails sent and too few RC bugs fixed. If you (like
> others) would really work for Debian instead of only filling
> lists.d.o archives, Debian would be a better distribution, but maybe
> it's not in your interest.
Whereas I don't think it's acceptable to allow false statements or
poor argument to go unchallenged, especially when discussing a vote on
a resolution that impacts the foundation documents of the project.
Note that we can both have what we are asking for: discussing a
general resolution does not preclude working to improve Debian.
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