The draft of the Social Contract at
   <> does not mention how people
   should be “expelled” if they “disagree”.  On the contrary: it’s 
   building a shared understanding of what some (hopefully most!) of us
   commit to as members of the Project.

What GNU maintainers commit to is being technical maintainers, this
has been the case since the inception of the project.  

Any notion of a social contract has alrady been rejected by the GNU
project; see email from head of the GNU project.  So any discussions
of such a thing on this list are not useful, I suggest you drop those
discussions here.

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