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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Label Campaign

From: Robert Martinez
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Label Campaign
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2012 00:16:10 +0200
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On 31/05/12 18:03, lluvia wrote:
Maybe just not writing the freedoms in the splash page but in the deeper
page would be good for keeping the interest on the people: although I
recognize the high importance of the 4 freedoms, I think they need a
lot of deep knowledge from the lector for beeing able of appreciate
their importance. Instead, I would remark that it is a
collaborative effort which anyone will always be able to use and

You really want to abandon the four freedom list?
I'm keen on what you think may substitute them: "Be good" or something even more reduced?
Imho the 4 freedoms are necessary to not become too superficial.

The next is just an idea for the examples: we could say
that free software is like Wikipedia but with software, and the fact
that, inded, Wikipedia knews the importance of free software and chose
to use only it even when there was better non-free alternatives for
some particular tasks.
Analogies are often problematic.
The problem is that free software isn't like wikipedia.
Even though it may be based on similar values and enjoys popularity.

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