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Re: GNU "Moral Codes"

From: mike3
Subject: Re: GNU "Moral Codes"
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2007 19:12:59 -0700
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On Aug 25, 8:06 pm, mike3 <> wrote:
> On Aug 25, 2:54 am, David Kastrup <> wrote:
> > mike3 <> writes:
> > > I was discussing here if the FSF or similar try to go after anyone
> > > who uses a "proprietary" distribution model to further their own
> > > agendas.
> > Since you have posted wishy-washy disingenuous scenarios/questions
> > over months here without seemingly ever taking answers into account in
> > your further postings, it would appear that you are either utterly
> > unable to do any research or reading of your own and/or don't memorize
> > any answers.
> There's so many of them, but I can't seem to figure this out. Does
> this mean the answer is no (since you've said GPL only applies
> to GPL software and anything not convered by GPL or affiliated
> with it or FSF is way out of FSF's jurisdiction)?
> > So it would seem sort of pointless to "discuss" with you: nothing will
> > stick, anyway.
> > What's your agenda?  What are you hoping to achieve with your
> > questions and discussions here?  Do you feel you have made any
> > progress in the last months?  If yes, what would it be?  If not, what
> > could you do to improve your track record?
> My agenda is to understand this thing.

Also, an addendum: I've read some of the stuff like the GNU manifesto,
GPL FAQ, etc. but it doesn't quite answer _all_ the questions.

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