Re: Questions for candidates

Thinking about your answer, and a couple of others, I realize that I
didn't phrase my question clearly.

You've made several _technical_ suggestions for how GNOME can be more
useful and thus do more to enhance GNU/Linux and the free world.  They
are interesting ideas, and could make GNOME a better piece of free
software.  However, the foundation board doesn't make technical
decisions, and the foundation couldn't implement ideas of this kind.

Thus, what I really should ask the candidates is this.

How do you suggest the GNOME Foundation could contribute more to
advance the cause of free software and users' freedom, over and above
what GNOME contributes by being useful free software?

Dr Richard Stallman
President, Free Software Foundation
51 Franklin St
Boston MA 02110
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