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Re: The General Public Licence (GPL) as the basic governance tool

From: Kaz Kylheku (gnu-misc-discuss)
Subject: Re: The General Public Licence (GPL) as the basic governance tool
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 08:59:12 -0800
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On 2020-02-20 02:07, Dmitry Gutov wrote:
On 20.02.2020 11:47, Ludovic Courtès wrote:
I think it’s important for GNU hackers as a group to be able to reflect
on the project’s procedures and discuss whether/how to improve them.

So what GNU hackers who disagree with you lot on this or other
subjects are supposed to do?

I don't see the opposing viewpoints reflected in your documentation
anywhere. You have formed a subgroup, discussed your views in private,
and are now soliciting positive feedback within the project, while
largely ignoring negative one. And you're misrepresenting yourselves
as a project-wide official initiative. "We are GNU, and here are our

There is something important that these "" reprobates
are deliberately hiding.

They want to change the GNU governance in such ways that people can
be excluded from the GNU project.

What they are hiding is the list of people they would kick out
if they were to have their way.

They know that if you publish such specifics, it's harder to obtain
endorsement, because even gullible people who are duped by political
rhetoric can comprehend the meaning of a concrete list of names.

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