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standing up for one's own software freedom is "free range meta-trolling"?

standing up for one's own software freedom is "free range meta-trolling"?

Posted Jul 6, 2012 20:54 UTC (Fri) by webmink (guest, #47180)
In reply to: standing up for one's own software freedom is "free range meta-trolling"? by bkuhn
Parent article: The next GPL: Why it's being shaped on GitHub (InfoWorld)

What k8to said. Cool it. I was not talking about you at all.


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standing up for one's own software freedom is "free range meta-trolling"?

Posted Jul 7, 2012 1:28 UTC (Sat) by bkuhn (subscriber, #58642) [Link]

Sorry if I misunderstood; since I'm the one who suggested switching to Gitorious, I wasn't sure who else you could mean.

But, regardless, that still leaves the question: is a known-to-be-inadequate proprietary issue tracker solving any problems here? We don't have what's needed, that's clear, so we just use inadequate proprietary software? This seems deeply wrong-headed to me for a project that seeks to write a license to uphold software freedom.


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