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[DotGNU]Manifesto in CVS?

From: Stephen Compall
Subject: [DotGNU]Manifesto in CVS?
Date: Thu, 05 Dec 2002 17:22:33 -0600
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Peter Minten wrote:
> I did some more work getting the manifesto ready for the offensive,
> it's attached. I mainly deleted some old sections about patents and
> stuff that were shot down by RMS and Rich Baumann. I also changed
> some lines were the focus was too much on .NET . Most comments are
> removed, so it may be necessary to have an old version handy.

I believe it is time to put this in CVS.  Where do you think it should
go, dgdp source CVS or the DotGNU website CVS?

I was trying to put it in dgdp, module `dgmanifesto', earlier, but the
campus net is messed up, and no DNS for subversions.  So if you do
this, please do like this: import not the current version (the one
last sent), but the one you previously sent to the list.  That way,
all the comments you deleted for the last version are preserved for
historical reference.

PPL protest if you think it should go elsewhere.

- --
Stephen Compall
Also known as S11001001
DotGNU `Contributor' --

Sometimes I think that perhaps one of the best things I could do with
my life is: find a gigantic pile of proprietary software that was a
trade secret, and start handing out copies on a street corner so it
wouldn't be a trade secret any more, and perhaps that would be a much
more efficient way for me to give people new free software than
actually writing it myself; but everyone is too cowardly to even take
        -- RMS, Lecture at KTH (Sweden), 30 October 1986

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