Re: Intro to GNOME and the FSF

> All I was meant was that I think GNOME's people, time, and money should
> promote GNOME as a desktop environment and part of the GNU project (in
> that order), and not promote *JUST* GNU. After I saw how spartan and
> unsupported the GNOME booth was at Comdex/Chicago (compared to, say,
> Gnucash's, which had three people and a demo up and running the when I
> was there on the first day), I didn't want to see more resources
> diverted away from that kind of thing and on to promoting just GNU/FSF,
> which already had it's own booth there. Hopefully that makes sense.

Gnucash is a commercial venture, with commercial funding.


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