I'm glad that's "fine with" you, Vadim. I assume it's "fine with" the FSF as well.
It's actually "fine with" me, too: it can only have the effect of increasing the desire of developers-in-general to go with non-GPL alternatives (e.g. clangwhich Apple is pushingand bionicwhich Google is pushingfor starts) and to avoid the use of GPL-licensed code if they wish to put their efforts onto a platformsuch as the iPhonewhere they might actually see wide use.
While is may be "fine" for some people, it's not (in my opinion) at all healthy for the "free software movement". If the software is as "free" as the FSF wants it to be, but no one to speak of uses it (think "The HURD"), would that constitute a "victory"...?