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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
Sun, 4 Jun 2017 09:27:53 +0100
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You are yet again dodging making amends to MFS, as you have been for months.
The period that you cancelled was in the period where you now describe
yourself as "highly unstable" among other issues, including when you
sent mass emails falsely accusing a rival company being "proprietary
hosting company", forcing Thomas Umbach to send an email saying:
"We're now forced to seek legal advice to protect ourselves against
these baseless claims and frivolous actions from Leah Rowe, so she will
not make untrue assertions about Vikings again. I would rather use my
resources and that of all people already supporting Vikings and invest
it in the Vikings libre hosting project.
This is not child's play any longer. While Leah Rowe's "private war" may
harm Vikings' business, more importantly it hurts our community by
creating unnecessary conflict."
Although that email exchange included libreplanet-discuss I don't think
they made it through and aren't in archives. But the extensive list of
individuals copied in got the emails.
You now say on libreboot.org: "I hope that I can prove to you all that I
do wish to make amends for the damage".
Just send a short email about if you are going to make amends to MFS or not.
FSF member #9429
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mission to promote computer user freedom and to defend the rights of all
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