Dave Robillard writes:
> On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 13:54, Andrea Glorioso wrote:
> 'Apology' accepted, and sorry for getting offended, but I'm sure you can
I guess the real problem was that non-native speakers should never try
to be ironic or in any case try to bend a foreign language beside its
basic rules. Irony is difficult enough to express and understand in
one's own language.
> Anyway, I think the general lesson to be learned here (for everyone I
I am (but I aim at Libre Software world domination, Linux is just a
very useful technical tool to do the trick for now).
> Some people take this whole freedom thing very seriously, and get
If you look at the consortium-p archives you'll see that I perfectly
agree. Actually, some of my positions were discussed and rejected
because they were too extreme (and as such difficult to implement) in
this regards. I had no problems with it, because as all things in
life you learn to do compromises if you think the goal is worth it.
And in the end you always have the option to opt out (or not to join
Just to say that obviously the consortium is not entirely made up of
corporate "wolves" who don't know or don't care about freedom
(honestly I don't see how one could reach this conclusion looking at
the current members' list, but anyway).
And of course, that doesn't mean I want or I can represent anybody but
myself and the project I currently manage.