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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Community feedback is needed on whether Libreb
Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Community feedback is needed on whether Libreboot should apply to re-join GNU
Mon, 29 May 2017 12:00:43 +0100
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On the libreboot website, which I quoted in my previous email, you say:
"I hope that I can prove to you all that I do wish to make amends for
the damage". Amends, not apologies. The Collaborative International
Dictionary of English says amends means: "Compensation for a loss or
injury; recompense; reparation.". Manchester Free Software is part of
the Free Software community and all you have for the damage you did us
I leave it to list members to decide how reformed you are.
On 28/05/17 17:48, Leah Rowe wrote:
> I'm sorry for not showing up.
> Also I'm sorry for not replying sooner. I'm sometimes behind on
> emails, and I don't check this mailing list very often.
> Something came up, a day or so before I was scheduled to talk at your
> Manchester event. I would have come, but I couldn't.
> On 28/05/17 08:53, Michael Dorrington wrote:
>> On 27/04/17 18:22, Michael Dorrington wrote:
>>> On 22/04/17 05:53, Leah Rowe wrote:
>>>> Thoughts are welcomed.
>>> Why don't you start with turning up to events you agreed to be
>>> the speaker at?
>> https://libreboot.org/news/unity.html says:
>> "Finally, I would like to once again apologize to the community as
>> a whole, for the damage that I caused. I hope that I can prove to
>> you all that I do wish to make amends for the damage, and to
>> improve, and to re-build bridges with the community, and to once
>> again work with the community in bringing Libreboot and Free
>> Software forward, into the future.
>> ~Leah Rowe"
>> I'm still waiting.
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