On 1/25/20 9:43 PM, facebook wrote:
> On 1/25/20 7:07 AM, Marcel wrote:
>> GNU is an organization with a chief GNUisence at the helm, RMS. It
>> didn't have to be that way, but it is that way. 
> 
> 
> 
> Yeah it did "have to be like that".  It would not have survived for its
> mission otherwise.
> 
> 
> <<Different people, it seems, look at GNU through their own particular
> ideological filters and see what they'd like to see, reflected back at
> them.>>
> 
> Yeah but this is not a Rorschach test.  GNU actually IS something, which is a 
> Tech organization run my RMS whose purpose is to obtain and protect certain 
> political freedoms for society.  It is not an organization created to 
> entertain developers, and it has zero fiduciary responsibility to the 
> volunteer community.
> 
> And it is certainly not a democracy.
> 
> 
> <<Another argument riddled with logical fallacies and personal political
> interpretations.>>
> 
> 
> Ummm - wrong.
> 
> 

Your candle has burnt out, brother.^1

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[1]
In early times in Japan, bamboo-and-paper lanterns were used with
candles inside. A blind man, visiting a friend one night, was offered
a lantern to carry home with him.

“I do not need a lantern,” he said. “Darkness or light is all the same
to me.”

“I know you do not need a lantern to find your way,” his friend
replied, “but if you don’t have one, someone else may run into you. So
you must take it.”

The blind man started off with the lantern and before he had walked
very far someone ran squarely into him.

“Look out where you are going!” he exclaimed to the stranger. “Can’t
you see this lantern?”

“Your candle has burnt out, brother,” replied the stranger.

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