Christian Kastner wrote:
If one wants to talk political - maybe it's time to survey the Debian community as to who feels how about Stallman. Otherwise this is all a based on a few loud voices shouting at each other.On 26.03.21 01:06, Simon Richter wrote:(2) how deeply Debian gets involvedWe are in a prominent position. The OSI's Open Source Definition is derived from the Debian Free Software Guidelines, after all, not the other way 'round. There is no way for us to not be involved in something that affects the whole free software community.Sure, but we have a choice as to how we get involved -- the specific actions, or inaction. See the ongoing GR. All I'm saying is that when people speak out about the wish to be apolitical, the term 'apolitical' should not be taken in the widest possible sense, which covers any action or inaction, and then dismissed for being impossible. Rather, in should be understood in a stricter sense, namely of favoring inaction ("political inactivism", if you like).
-- In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is. .... Yogi Berra Theory is when you know everything but nothing works. Practice is when everything works but no one knows why. In our lab, theory and practice are combined: nothing works and no one knows why. ... unknown