As it says in the footer of Planet GNOME: *"Planet GNOME is a window into the world, work and lives of GNOME hackers and contributors <http://planet.gnome.org/heads/>.
*Planet GNOME automatically reposts blog entries from the GNOME community. Entries on this page are owned by their authors. We do not edit, endorse or vouch for the contents of individual posts." It seems to me we already have a disclaimer in place. I, for one, would like Planet GNOME to stay as is - no voting, no censoring, no tagging. I *am* interested in the work and lives of GNOME hackers and contributors whether or not their work is proprietary or free software. I know since I was added to pgo earlier this year I tend to self-censor myself a little bit more, but I don't want pgo to be 100% GNOME (or free software) specific. I appreciate knowing the hobbies of my fellow hackers, whether it's hunting, cooking or what not. Planet GNOME may be a "GNOME activity" but it's an aggregation of the *personal" blogs of GNOME contributors and we have a disclaimer in place. I'd like to see it stay just as it is. Paul On Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 10:21 AM, Richard Stallman <r...@gnu.org> wrote: > Bottom line: Planet GNOME does not exist for > the sake of "supporting" your, or the FSF's, agenda, and you're > attempting > to solve a non-existent "problem". > > We launched GNOME to serve the free software movement's aims. (We > launched the FSF and the GNU system for the same reason.) And Planet > GNOME is a GNOME activity. So it seems to me that these aims can't > be a-priori irrelevant to Planet GNOME. > _______________________________________________ > foundation-list mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/foundation-list >
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