* Ihor Radchenko <yanta...@posteo.net> [2022-10-16 16:04]: > > Documented or undocumented, it's common sense. This is a mailing list of > > the GNU project, and it is hoped that this list will not recommend the > > use of unethical software that does not comply with the GNU philosophy. > > Discussing and recommending are two different things. > > Consider Windows. We do not recommend it. Yet, we do support it, and we > do discuss it.
This is because Emacs run on Windows, like many other free software. That does not make Windows legitimate for use. > WRT the Org apps, we are discussing things, and you are > trying to put stop on this discussion. I find it a bit too > aggressive. Don't feel bad for that. That was nothing personal. Nobody minds who uses privately non-free software. Though why discuss or list proprietary software on GNU mailing lists which is meant for creation of fully free operating systems?! -- Jean Take action in Free Software Foundation campaigns: https://www.fsf.org/campaigns In support of Richard M. Stallman https://stallmansupport.org/