Le 17-03-2013 10:07, Dragan Noveski a écrit :
> On 17.03.2013 14:55, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> and please don't use the 'we' form. perhaps you wanted to speak about
Although this is off topic as far as it brings societal reflexions with
a bit of Linux here and there, I'm afraid you do not get it. The 'we'
above refers to people in general in the context of reflecting on what
many people can follow. Eg.having a discussion about ideas and themes.
For instance, many people like top 10 music not necessarily because
it's good music (in general) but because it is accepted (promoted as
such) by many, many, many people. Some have the Bible to follow. Some
wants to focus on bad villains as if the world is a batman movie and
other people know this and serves villains for breakfast, lunch, and
supper. So in discussions, 'we' is used, because the speaker is perhaps
also not that much better than the people in general. The first step to
realize matters is to see it within ourselves (there goes again the
'we'). It is not because it is seen that it will be scared and go away
- I'm talking here about an immaterial thing, not about someone.
After all the best music out there is the one that has some reflexion
behind it ;-)
And the best OS out there does indeed have quite a bit of reflexion
behind it, if only to present a new, open, way of bringing SW to people,
new business models, and new copyrights.
So although this is off topic, I would not censor it. People express
themselves for a bit, then the thread will go away. If you look at LAU
output on a graph for all the years it existed, that will be a tiny
small bump on the graph. No urge to censor there.
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