Notices tagged with fsf

Notices

  1. strypey strypey

    @catonano I agree the EME crippleware thing is a failure of principle by W3C, and # (amongst others) have done good work pushing back.

    about 17 days ago from quitter.se in context
  2. strypey strypey

    @catonano by # I mean the Free Software Directory maintained by the #
    http://qttr.at/1v50

    about 18 days ago from quitter.se
  3. strypey strypey

    @arunisaac I find the # directory because I often web search software by function, then look to FSD for details of license, language etc

    about 19 days ago from quitter.se in context
  4. fsf fsf

    Two meetups at the # office next week: @Emacs Monday 6:30pm and @CiviCRM Tuesday 7:00pm # - Come on by!

    about 2 months ago from status.fsf.org
  5. strypey strypey

    @jookia the fundamental disagreement is about whether nonfree software is ethical or not. That divide will remain no matter what # say

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
  6. strypey strypey

    @jookia if the # softened their line, they'd still get called "purists", or some other group would replace them as the "purists"

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
  7. strypey strypey

    @jookia no. The #'s job is to tell people if soup has shit in it or not, not to decide on their behalf how much shit is ok in soup

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  8. strypey strypey

    @jookia people who claim the # (and they like to pick on #) are inflexible purists need to read this
    http://qttr.at/1t79

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
  9. strypey strypey

    @bob I don't take even the #'s word as gospel. But the burden of proof is definitely on the random person making claims on the #

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  10. strypey strypey

    @neimzr4luzerz so... no evidence for that claim about proprietary firmware in distros endorsed by the #? Piss or get off the pot buddy

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  11. strypey strypey

    @neimzr4luzerz are you seriously claiming that # endorsed distros contain proprietary anything?!? Evidence please?

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  12. strypey strypey

    @bob @solderpunk @maiyannah # was a fun toy, but 
    !trisquel was the first # endorsed distro I tried that was day-to-day usable

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  13. strypey strypey

    @solderpunk I remember hearing that # was going to be endorsed by # but I don't know what's happening now
    http://qttr.at/1t55

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  14. strypey strypey

    @solderpunk all good, TBH the # endorses some unusable garbage. Just lacking nonfree software doesn't make it useful
    http://qttr.at/1t52

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  15. strypey strypey

    @neimzr4luzerz like I said I haven't looked into it. Maybe you're right but if the # won't listen to you folk, there's little I can do

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se
  16. strypey strypey

    @neimzr4luzerz if you think what it says on that GNU. org page is wrong, contact # with evidence, and OpenBSD could be endorsed

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
  17. strypey strypey

    @neimzr4luzerz calm down. I haven't looked into it. I'm just saying # have a reason that's nothing to do with Stallman personal issues

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
  18. strypey strypey

    @jookia but I think the # / # working on # is a good path forward to a world where Debian doesn't need nonfree repos

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
  19. strypey strypey

    @jookia Had # used # from day 1, maybe that could have been a chance for # and # to meet in the middle? Who knows

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
  20. strypey strypey

    @jookia frankly I agree that the # position on # is maybe too strong now. But I do like that there's *someone* sets the bar high

    about 2 months ago from quitter.se in context
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