Re: Intro to GNOME and the FSF

> It's not a matter of religion here. It's a matter of the first purpose
> of the GNOME project: free desktop for a free system so that end-users
> can also use that system. If you don't want to work with free
> software, then don't. But here we do speak of free software. And the
> purpose of free software is not just "because it's fun", but because
> "it's free (libre)".
> Not to mention, if Richard Stallman was not so "radical", as so much
> people complain about, we probably wouldn't have free software at all today...

KDE promotes GNU, and has links to GNU resources and things on their homepage.
They're not even the "Official" GNU desktop. Yet here we are with GNOME, and we
aren't doing anything.


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