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GNU/Busybox ?!?

GNU/Busybox ?!?

Posted Mar 22, 2007 12:02 UTC (Thu) by NigelK (guest, #42083)
In reply to: GNU/Busybox ?!? by lysse
Parent article: The road to freedom in the embedded world

NigelK's only contribution to this thread seems to be to attempt a covert character assassination of Stallman, and by extension the FSF - and frankly, I suspect, the whole concept of freedom-guaranteed software.

Yes, this is an example of the things I don't like emanating from the FSF: criticize FSF, or any of the FSF-associated personalities, and you're labeled as anti-freedom. This is in spite of the fact that I write code under GPL2 and BSD licences - but that doesn't count if you don't buy into the current FSF dogma.

I don't write code to further any organisation's agenda. I do it to help out other people on terms that are acceptable to myself. And I do it bloody well.


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GNU/Busybox ?!?

Posted Mar 22, 2007 12:18 UTC (Thu) by lysse (guest, #3190) [Link]

> this is an example of the things I don't like emanating from the FSF

I'm in no way affiliated with that, or any other, organisation. If I say something, it's because I believe it personally. And frankly, you did seem to be parlaying a disgust with Stallman into a condemnation of the FSF - that's how it looked to me. Say it ain't so and I'll be happy to accept that. For myself - because I never could bear to speak for anyone else.


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