Re: Intro to GNOME and the FSF

> As long as the FSF continues to behave as if "credit is due" only ever to 
> the FSF (I'm being charitable -- I still firmly believe that RMS's 
> "GNU/Linux" crap is intellectually dishonest, if not outright attempted 
> theft; but see e.g. RMS's explanation of why it's "reasonable" to 
> acknowlege the FSF but not BSD or XFree86 components of the Linux Operating 
> System) I must reject this argument.
> I, for one, do not wish to advance the FSF's agenda when they choose to 
> support that agenda with dishonesty and hypocrisy.

As usual, please take any anti-FSF bashing out of this list.  Indeed,
please take any anti-anything bashing out of this list.

This is the GNOME development mailing list.  And yes, the G in GNOME
stands for "GNU" and stands for all the principles of delivering more
freedom to the users, and making this planet a happier and more fair


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