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purism why does fsf and libreplanet embrace a misleading company?


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Subject: purism why does fsf and libreplanet embrace a misleading company?
Date: Sat, 14 Mar 2020 11:05:50 +0100
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On 3/11/20 11:30 PM, Hector Espinoza wrote:
>    In my opinion moving in one step from all closed source to all open
>    source freedom respecting is very hard or practically impossible. I am
>    happy people are doing steps towards all open source and no hidden
>    stuff. One valid step is modern hardware running open source Operating
>    System out of the box. Another valid step is adding open source freedom
>    respecting bios (i.e. libreboot) to that. Another valid step is ... Let
>    us not forget the goal and keep doing steps. Small or big. All is
>    welcome for the benefit of mankind.
>    Cheers,
>    Héctor Espinoza
>
>    El mié., 11 de mar. de 2020, 17:11, Lori Nagel via libreplanet-discuss
>    <[1]address@hidden> escribió:
>
>         I'm not really sure how Purism is any worse than companies like
>      Think
>         Penguin, or than the machines are any less freedom respecting
>      than
>         anything else that can run a FSF endorsed distro and coreboot.
>      Even
>         some new system76 machines are running coreboot now from what I
>         understand.  I understand it is hard to find hardware that gets a
>      RYF
>         certification because of some stuff with intel, but I understand
>      this
>         is not necessarily an issue with every chip, just most desktops
>      and
>         laptops. (with the exception of some old ones such as the
>      refurbished
>         ThinkPads like the t400)
>         On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, 3:12:10 PM EDT, a via
>      libreplanet-discuss
>         <[2]address@hidden> wrote:
>         This post is directed at officials from libreplanet
>         and fsf.
>         I wrote this post on trisquel's forum.
>
>      [1][3]https://paste.nolsen.xyz/?98e7462461e8a46c#8YchW86Fn3UvkxdHbfN
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>         2. mailto:[7]address@hidden
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> References
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>    2. mailto:address@hidden
>    3. https://paste.nolsen.xyz/?98e7462461e8a46c#8YchW86Fn3UvkxdHbfN74cVVo
>    4. mailto:address@hidden
>    5. https://lists.libreplanet.org/mailman/listinfo/libreplanet-discuss
>    6. 
> https://paste.nolsen.xyz/?98e7462461e8a46c#8YchW86Fn3UvkxdHbfN74cVVoYkFqCGWCx2tWVX5uvZJ
>    7. mailto:address@hidden
>    8. https://lists.libreplanet.org/mailman/listinfo/libreplanet-discuss
>    9. mailto:address@hidden
>   10. https://lists.libreplanet.org/mailman/listinfo/libreplanet-discuss
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