This thing made me think. It made me angry, feel helpless, and it made
me remember other Free Software projects with leads who are mostly
negative, and that made me feel bitter.
I did not come up with anything remotely useful and practically viable
for such projects, but i can recommend to anyone feeling disillusioned
about this too, to do an internet search for "how to deal with
negative people". i bet you, reading about this, will be time well
spent. it helped me a lot.

2016-09-18 22:36 GMT+02:00, Michael Bohn <boh...@googlemail.com>:
> Hello  Lea,
> my english is not very well, sorry for that.
> I read same of the mails and we in germany have a anti-discrimination law.
> So if there is an anti-discrimination at the FSF in germany, I think
> the best way is to complaint this.
>
> I’m very happy that I could use your libreboot on my GA-G41M-ES2L (
> thanks Damien Zammit) and I will use libreboot in the future  on my
> Asus  C100PA ( thanks Paul Kocialkowski)
>
> I hope we could solve this nightmare, because I belive we all love
> opensource or ?
>
>
> Best regads
>
>
> Michael
>
> 2016-09-18 9:57 GMT+02:00 Damien Zammit <dam...@zamaudio.com>:
>> On 18/09/16 02:50, Leah Rowe wrote:
>>> We've now issued our own public statement, on the libreboot website:
>>> https://libreboot.org/gnu/
>>
>> "We" made no such public statement, YOU did, Leah!
>>
>> As a major CODE contributor to the libreboot project and having been
>> banned from the IRC channel after posting the following (mainly factual)
>> article, I no longer will be contributing patches to Leah's personal
>> "libreboot" pet project, but I will be pushing upstream to coreboot as
>> usual.
>>
>> http://zammit.org/libreboot-screwup.html
>>
>
>

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