|| ||Theo de Raadt <deraadt-AT-cvs.openbsd.org>|
|| ||Re: Real men don't attack straw men|
|| ||Thu, 13 Dec 2007 11:54:47 -0700|
|| ||Richard Stallman <rms-AT-gnu.org>, Kyle George <kgeorge-AT-tcpsoft.com>,
> > If a library has a book on [insert-controversial-topic-here], does that
> > imply endorsement of said topic by the library or by someone who reads the
> > book? Should the library burn copies of books on such topics to protect
> > the citizenry? Absolutely not.
> > A system distribution is more like an anthology than like a library.
> > We do consider the editor of the anthology book responsible for the choice
> > of what to include.
> An anthology contains the actual licensed material of the books. The ports
> tree only contains urls of these pieces of software you object to.
Yet on Richard's side of this fence, emacs and gcc _directly include_
code which lets users use those two pieces of software on commercial
The gcc and emacs developers -- led by Richard -- have decided the
directly include support for commercial operating systems in their
Hell, the OpenBSD ports tree should perhaps contain patches which
REMOVE such commercial operating system support. That's a fork
Richard would surely approve of.
Richard, your pants are full of hypocritical poo.
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