Re: No Flags "Policy"

> > Why isn't that a viable solution ?
> Because it means that GNOME will not be used in some parts of the world,
> regardless of what the United Nations says [1].

I know you won't agree with me (and you might even be right), but I
wouldn't mind if GNOME wasn't used in such countries.

I know China is a very big *market* for companies distributing GNOME but
I guess those companies should remove the politically-charged flags

Julien Olivier <julo altern org>

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