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Re: Asking DPL to shorten Discussion Period for rms-open-letter

Quoting Pierre-Elliott Bécue (2021-03-28 20:31:01)
> Le dimanche 28 mars 2021 � 14:04:48+0200, Jonas Smedegaard a �crit�:
> > My involvement in this subthread was when Molly arguing that the 
> > accusation was not harmful (using other words, yes, and we can 
> > nitpick that if really necessary).  You (and others, privately) 
> > agree that the accusations are deliberately harmful but that the 
> > harm cannot backfire on Debian.  I have raised my concerns - I rest 
> > my case.
> Accusations are generally harmful, and as accusations are always 
> delibeately made, they indeed tend to be deliberately harmful.
> That does not mean they are not warranted. And I think it is that 
> point that could/should be discussed.

Text #1 oncludes an accusation.  Other proposed texts does not.

I think the relevant thing to discuss is not if the accusation embedded 
in text #1 is warranted, but instead if that accusation is necessary.  
Is the accusation needed for that proposal?  It seems to me that the 
message would be the same with that accusation omitted, but maybe I am 
missing something.

 - Jonas

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