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Re: Joint statement on the GNU Project

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: Joint statement on the GNU Project
Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2019 17:50:34 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.10.1 (2018-07-13)

* Wilson Bustos <address@hidden> [2019-10-12 17:45]:
> Why should GuixSD feminist?
> Free software movement is no about popularity, is about freedom.

Because Ludovic Courtès said to me so, when I asked him, that reason
for defamation of RMS is their abort() joke and Emacs Virgin jokes,
including the "MIT episodes", and you can see evidences what I am
talking about here on the Guix IRC log: and here if you search for those
keywords "abort" and "virgin" or "MIT"

I agree that free software shall be for freedom, but not about freedom
for feminists, anti-fashists, fashists, nazis, or any other politics
on GNU pages but free software politics.

The Thoughtpolice Squad have their own pages to publish their

It is not appropriate to punish RMS for Thoughtcrime on GNU.ORG domain
and GNU project shall remain apolitical to any other viewpoints but
free software points.


> If woman's come to the project should be for what we are, not because we
> will became a feminist movement.
> Of course is some way the project is politics, but free software politics
> not gender identity politics, that is something completely
> different.

It should be, but it is not, due to lack of policy enforcement to
remain apolitical.


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