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GNU/Busybox ?!?

GNU/Busybox ?!?

Posted Mar 22, 2007 13:07 UTC (Thu) by lysse (guest, #3190)
In reply to: GNU/Busybox ?!? by bronson
Parent article: The road to freedom in the embedded world

> In this case, however, Stallman tried to secretly undermine Drepper.

Is there external support for this? Has Stallman ever commented on it? Do we have anything besides Drepper's own accounts? (Note that I'm not saying Drepper misrepresented the situation; I'm sure he called it exactly as he saw it. However, when we only have half of one side it's simply not possible to get a complete objective picture of what happened, so I'd be interested to know if there's anything else out there.)


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GNU/Busybox ?!?

Posted Mar 22, 2007 18:21 UTC (Thu) by bronson (subscriber, #4806) [Link]

Well, if you're really interested, google finds a fair amount of mailing list discussion on this topic. Be warned, though: it's pretty one-sided. That might be evidence that RMS really did try to work in secret, or it might just be evidence of incomplete mailing list archives. Dunno. I didn't experience this disaster first-hand so I can only speculate.

Here are some thread heads... I almost didn't post these because I couldn't find a single message explaining RMS's side of the situation. I despise Fox news -- I truly would like to see an alternate viewpoint. I hope someone else can find and post one?

http://www.redhat.com/archives/redhat-install-list/2001-A...
http://sources.redhat.com/ml/libc-hacker/2000-06/msg00180...
http://slashdot.org/articles/01/08/19/2039211.shtml


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