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[GNU-linux-libre] [Fwd: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] [Dev] [consensus][due:

From: Adonay Felipe Nogueira
Subject: [GNU-linux-libre] [Fwd: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] [Dev] [consensus][due: 2016-06-13]: New version for Parabola Social Contract]
Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2016 22:37:00 -0300

Forgot to copy-reply to you all. Sorry.

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> De: Adonay Felipe Nogueira <address@hidden>
> Para: address@hidden
> Assunto: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] [GNU-linux-libre] [Dev]
> [consensus][due: 2016-06-13]: New version for Parabola Social Contract
> Data: Sun, 19 Jun 2016 21:21:52 -0300
> Even by requiring the licensee to state when he adapts the original
> work, that doesn't solve the fact that someone can twist the licensor
> opinions without even knowing he did so.
> For example, a Brazilian (that calls himself "free software activist")
> watched Richard Stallman talk on Stockholm, in January 25th, 2016
> (, and published a
> blog post about it (
> According to the "free software activist", Stallman "said that BSD
> systems are currently free software. Maybe after discussing with Theo de
> Raadt, creator of the OpenBSD system, he apparently rethought his
> criteria for free software and operating systems, since he have never
> said so.". And he also said that, according to Stallman, "open source
> does not exist".
> Also, this "free software activist" notes that Stallman used an image of
> Tux (instead of Freedo) on the presentation. Perhaps the person who did
> the drawing had only black pen. I personally think it's advisable to
> promote Freedo (Linux-libre) instead of Tux (Linux), since Linux is
> still non-free.
> I call him "free software activist" in quotes because his blog
> constantly teaches people how to use/install/fix some non-free
> functional data, let alone requiring some minor non-free JavaScript.

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