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Re: [Libreboot] Unsubscribing (Was: Future of Libreboot)

From: Tiberiu-Cezar Tehnoetic
Subject: Re: [Libreboot] Unsubscribing (Was: Future of Libreboot)
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2016 10:58:13 +0300
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I understand your feelings. I just want to point out that you are
effectively unsubscribing from a mailing list at and not from
one at


On 26.09.2016 07:45, Bruno Dantas wrote:
> I'm also unsubscribing after sending this, sadly. I'm not a libreboot 
> developer but am a happy user and, until now, was an avid tester.
> I have little to no interest in politics or law and messages on this mailing 
> list just make me cringe.
> Best of luck to everyone.
> -Bruno
> On September 25, 2016 7:01:17 AM CDT, Thomas Pfundt <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> with sadness, I am now unsubscribing from this mailing list. I can't
>> bear the daily rants and accusations anymore. Since this is not a
>> matter
>> of public interest, but something that needs to be investigated by
>> legal
>> authorities, no third party can or should expect to see any hard
>> evidence for either side in this any time soon.
>> It has also been sad to see some parts of the community unnecessarily
>> pick sides and purposefully offending others, I personally would have
>> expected a more distant judgement from people engaged in the free
>> software movement, this does not count for everyone, of course.
>> This situation was unfortunately handled inappropriately from the
>> beginning, starting with public shaming, taking impulsive actions in
>> the
>> name of the whole community and illeistic publications with political
>> demands to apparently involved parties. I do not seek to attack any
>> involved individual, but I can not identify with this behaviour at all
>> and do not approve the chosen path of "resolving" this issue.
>> Concerning the "Future of Libreboot", since this project has publicly
>> moved from being an endeavour to develop software helping people free
>> their hardware to becoming a tool for political activism, I do not see
>> any future in it it, unfortunately. I am not a developer myself, but
>> was
>> very interested in the aims of this project. I was ready to obtain a
>> Libreboot-compatible machine and help with testing and analysis, but
>> without integrity in the community, this does not seem promising
>> anymore.
>> I encourage everyone to continue supporting free software, because it's
>> an important task and I am grateful for the work that has been done by
>> all developers. My highest respect to anyone who contributed to this
>> project in any way.
>> If this has all been a great misunderstanding or accounts were
>> potentially cracked and misused, please feel free to notify me
>> directly.
>> Otherwise, I'm out of here. I have to worry about family members with
>> serious health problems and this pointless negativity does not help in
>> any way.
>> Kind regards.

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