* Ludovic Courtès <l...@gnu.org> [2020-02-11 08:35]: > Hello Frederic, > > fredomatic <fredoma...@free.fr> skribis: > > > I, Frederic Y. Bois, maintainer of package GNU MCSim, endorse version > > 1.0 of the GNU Social Contract, available at > > <https://wiki.gnu.tools/gnu:social-contract>. > > Thank you for your message. > > As stated in the email you received, we are still on a review period > until Feb. 9th, and the document may still change based on feedback. > The endorsement period for this initial version of the Social Contract > starts on Feb. 10th. See the timeline at: > > https://wiki.gnu.tools/git/gnu-tools-wiki/tree/code/sc-email.txt > > Please share suggestions by Feb. 9th, and let us know whether you > endorse the document on Feb. 10th!
Dear Ludo, I do appreciate your work on Guix and Guix SD. Yet here are comments related to your political activity. You have published feedback here: https://wiki.gnu.tools/gnu:gsc-feedback The feedback is biased, as you have only published the feedback that you like. I don't think it is alright to use the mailing list, then to publish the biased feedback, only one-sided feedback that you few people like it -- and then not even reference it back to the mailing lists. You should publish the feedback that RMS gave you on that and state that "GNU Social Contract" is not GNU and not accepted or approved by the GNU project. This is also feedback -- you should publish it. Otherwise, you do not represent what you are trying to say to represent. For example, your gnu.tools is obviously "not welcoming contributions from everybody" -- as you have published only biased feedback. Jean