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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Mission statement

From: Carolina Flores Hine
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Mission statement
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2010 22:11:42 -0600
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On 06/24/2010 09:59 PM, VICTOR TARABOLA CORTIANO wrote:
I really like it, but I wonder if  saying "free society"
leads to think there's only one society or if it includes
diversity. My native language is spanish, so I don't know
if it sounds the same in english. In spanish, that sounds
"self centered".
Well, let's try my rusty spanish:

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La Sociedad es el conjunto de individuos que comparten una cultura,
y que se relacionan interactuando entre sí, cooperativamente, para
formar un grupo o una comunidad.

The same definition is given on the English Wikipedia.

The culture sharing is the essential part of the definition. Well,
it could be said that we, free software advocates, share a culture
of "using/admiring/advocating free software". Therefore, we form a

Well, I'm not going to discuss your methodologies but... you helped me with a good example.

The mission of LibrePlanet should not focus on us (free software advocates). Now you closed it even more.

I'm going to answer Danny Piccirillo's mail now.


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