On 2020-01-11 21:52, Jean Louis wrote:
* Thompson, David <dthomps...@worcester.edu> [2020-01-10 10:53]:
The problem is that when he chooses to step in, GNU is worse off
because of it. See the glibc abort "joke", "kind communication
guidelines" vs. code of conduct, etc.
It is not abort joke, it never was "abort" joke. Media with you
included is twisting it and as media has certain keywords to pick up
and earn money on it, you think it is justified to blame anybody for a
It is censorship joke:
More than a censorship joke, it obviously uses metaphor of an imagined
censorship about the abort function as government-imposed prohibitions
It's not a joke at all, but a coded political statement that stands in
favor of women's right to choose, against conservative policies.