Re: Non-free software and GNOME

I certainly hope it would not come to that.

I think the relationship between GNOME and the GNU project
has been a mutually beneficial one, and free software
is, after all, the fundemental guiding principle behind
the formation of GNOME, so the presence of GNU in
the name expresses something important about GNOME.

And I don't think it is bad to have someone acting as
a strong advocate of free software principles within
GNOME. Just as long as we can move on from there and
recognize that decision-making within GNOME is done
by the GNOME foundation members, and, most importantly
the people actually doing the work.


Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com> writes:

>   Well if this the only way to get rid of GNU fanatism,
> I would do it.
> Daniel
> On Mon, Oct 29, 2001 at 10:58:59PM -0800, Andy Tai wrote:
> > Please don't do this.  This suggestion does not help
> > at all.  Don't feed the trolls, please.
> > 
> > --- Wolfgang Sourdeau <wolfgang contre com> wrote:
> > > 
> > > So the best solution now would simply to request
> > > GNOME to not be a GNU
> > > project anymore. It seems it would solves all the
> > > problems we are
> > > discussing here.

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