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Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Re: [nylug-talk] Important Statement to Review for Signing
From: Ruben Safir
To: NYLUG Technical Discussion
Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2006 09:26:39 -0500
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> > Why?
Well then don't jump in if your afraid to discuss it. If you have a
legit complaint, send a private message to Peter Norton.
> I don't want to roll up the hole discussion again.
> In the past IIRC it has been made clear to the OP that this mailinglist
> is for linux and computer related topics and not for political activism.
> He has been banned before because he ignored all request to stop this
> kind of behavior. But this post shows again that he cares shit about
> anything. So why should anyone be bothered by any further posting.
This letter, which is signed by RMS, while it unfortunately includes the
renegade NY Fair Use organization, otherwise is directly relevant to
anyone who runs a web server. You've object to not only this letter,
but every other Free Software centric political issue that has ever been
posted to this list.
Now the last I looked, a large number of Free Software users run web
servers with their GNU systems. I don't think it could get more
directly relevant then that. If your STILL after all these years,
laboring under the misconception that Free Software is a technological
phenomena and not a political one, nobody can make you more enlightened.
The evidence in right there in front of your nose. But I really object
with the off hand way that you raise yourself up as if you speak for
everyone, because you don't.