Author: Tony Thedford Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] FSF, RMS and a danger to almost all GPL code
I also believe what you just said to be very true, the cancer is in
irreversible control. Perhaps this human trait is why typically
civilizations and countries only last a few hundred or couple of
thousand years then disappear.
On 3/31/21 12:41 PM, golinux@??? wrote: > In case you haven't noticed . . . we've already lost that battle.
> Those of us who oppose the trajectory may huddle in small ponds like
> Devuan but the masses will follow whatever paradigm our corporate
> masters/politicians are selling and eventually our "cause" will be
> lost in time. Humans may be able to manipulate the external world but
> have no understanding of the internal forces that drive them to, more
> often than not, make choices that bring nothing but suffering and
> destruction to themselves and others of our species.
> On 2021-03-31 11:57, Tony Thedford wrote:
>> I think it goes much deeper than that. In these days and times, those
>> who control the world's software controls the world. It is literally a
>> "good" vs "evil" event. The way we choose to view it will decide our
>> On 3/31/21 11:41 AM, Didier Kryn wrote:
>>> Le 31/03/2021 à 18:12, Tony Thedford a écrit :
>>>> I am wondering, what good are developers to the Linux community if
>>>> they are moving their projects more and more into the "evil" column?
>>>> What is needed are "good" developers and a total rejection of the
>>>> globalist cancel cultures. Project advancement at any cost is a
>>>> destructive goal.
>>> One side may be accused of sacrificing to cancel culture and the
>>> other to the cult of personality (~:
>>> -- Didier
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