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Re:the FSF is wrong

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on April 13, 2002 12:16 AM
LINDOWS.COM is wrong. Period. If the agreement says you must do so and so and you do not then you are wrong. NO grey area and no middle ground. I think Lindows is doing a good thing but if they are not going to abide by the rules then get the hell is that simple. What the guy should have done is just gotten himself into compliance and then move on. But no. He had to bicker about what he has done, given and provided for the community and its persons which in itself really is low. If you are going to do something for me (my philosophy) with a sincere heart then I will not hear about it again. It is when you do something with unpure motive that I will hear about it again. Remember when I gave you a ride or loaned you some gas money or gave you shelter and crap like that. If you did it sincerely then we would not be hearing about it again (who knew you help codeweavers) and this seems fill selfishness. This guy as far as I am concerned has no integrity...sad to say, but most business savvy persons do not. I hope he sees the error of his ways and come into line. Who knows, Microsoft might even be behind this. Anyway, I think Lindows is on to something that really is groundbreaking, and I would really like to see where it takes us. I am waiting so cut the crap and move on. mhb


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