eBoundHost: Artur wrote:
On Sun, Nov 25, 2007 at 08:12:36PM -0600, eBoundHost: Artur wrote:

1) first of all, i don't think that freebsd operating system is an appropriate forum to express political views. so whether we are for or against censorship or democracy or fascism or communism, it really does not matter. what matters is how good our coding is, and how appropriate the wording on our website. because like it or not, we have to present a decent website that does not offend our users and does not make us look bad in front of non-users.

this reasoning was one of the main excuses of Germans after the war was lost. 'I only did my job'.

that's what the community thinks is appropriate. What I'm suggesting is that we remove his name from the website:

Is there a shorter way to express the same thing?

freedoms. All they will see is that we seemingly support Hitler. Why don't we have other names controversial during our times like Mussolini, Stalin, or even Gorge Bush?

Because they are just lousy copy cats. But one has at least a serious chance to make it up to become the new leader of the pack.

One thing is for sure, Adolf Schicklgruber still keep people busy.

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