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Re: Emacs Mac port

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Emacs Mac port
Date: Tue, 29 Dec 2015 01:51:43 -0500

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  > It was my understanding that it is fine to have features that a volunteer is
  > willing to do the work for, just not to promote features that would make a
  > non-GNU platform more attractive (such as, by devoting any other resources 
  > their development, or giving them special status in any way).

That is basically right.  More precisely, we don't want GNU Emacs to give
people any practical reason to prefer some other system to GNU.

  > If Yamamoto-san is doing the work and giving it to the Emacs project freely,
  > is there a reason to turn it down? I suppose this is indeed a matter for
  > Richard to weigh in on.

Could someone explain to me, first, what these features do?

Dr Richard Stallman
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