FSF is creating a problem that never existed!
Posted Oct 2, 2006 15:00 UTC (Mon) by sepreece
In reply to: FSF is creating a problem that never existed!
Parent article: Busy busy busybox
In practical terms the GPLv3 process has been very open to input, but there is no evidence that it is open to change of substance. Since the actual decision process is out-of-sight, and since RMS gets the final say, it's hard to describe this as a fully open process.
Note, however, that I have no reason to believe that the issues of substance (like anti-DRM) are things on which a more open decision process would make any changes. I'm prepared to believe that the FSF core membership shares RMS's position on the necessity of those changes.
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