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Re:Franco is enemy of Free Software

Posted by: Administrator on January 26, 2007 03:02 AM
I should suppose you are Franco, right?

As Franco, you didn't really told directly in the text that the CEF system is "poor", but the text implies it as it says after point several flaws in the system:
"Similarly, Franco<nobr> <wbr></nobr>..." If the texts is making bad of your words, please feel free to post your view about the case here.

About the systems publicity of the source. Most of Kurumim is at theyer own repository. What is not is supposed to be the exactly the same as debian. You can, as a debian developer, ask then for the source. When I started contributing to Open Source we used to get then form FSF in Tape Media. There was no Internet at that time. So you can do with Kurumim. He will point where you can get all packages build.

Some of the software bundles constains proprietary software, and they are not really free (a good example is Kurumim), but, by the OSI OPen Source Definition this is fine:

"9. License Must Not Restrict Other Software

The license must not place restrictions on other software that is distributed along with the licensed software. "

Sorry if you take this as an insult, but, as I see it, when your word hides real Open Source victory in you are playing as a friend. I'm happy to know that you mind about it.

Of course your life job for Free Software makes you a friend, I was just the words that made you bad.

I did no insults, unless you take enemy as an insult, it is just a position.


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