On 1/8/20 3:38 PM, Andreas Enge wrote: > On Mon, Jan 06, 2020 at 11:14:47PM +0100, Mark Wielaard wrote: >> I personally like to call it the GNU Social Contract. But some people >> do seem to get confused by the word contract. Since it means promises >> we are making to each other and the broader Free Sofware community, >> maybe we should simply call Our GNU Promises? Or a more long and >> boring title like: GNU Principles and Mission Statement? Or keeping >> social contract, but explain it as GNU Mission Statement and Social >> Contract? > admittedly, I like the name "GNU Social Contract", as a reference to > the Debian Social Contract as well as Rousseau. I wonder what it tells > about our time that people do not think of social philosophy, but > rather of civil law contracts when they hear the word "social contract"... > > Your alternative suggestions lack somewhat in snappiness, if I may be > so bold. But if someone comes up with an alternative name that expresses > well the intentions behind the document and is short and to the point, > we should discuss it. > > Andreas > >
You guys in Paris don't miss a beat, You are relentless in your attempt to subvert and destroy GNU and destroy Richard Stallman. I don't see how this can continue other than resulting in a complete BAN from GNU of all the supporters of this rebellion. Whether Richard find it distasteful or not, I see no choice but to ban off of you, starting with Ludovic Courtès <l...@gnu.org>, and working through the entire list, .Mark Wielaard, Andreas R. <a...@softwarelibre.nl>, Carlos O'Donell <car...@systemhalted.org>, the whole group is just going to have to be kicked out. This is like getting a shot when your sick. The sooner and fastest it is don't the sooner this drama comes to a close.