mathieu stumpf guntz <psychosl...@culture-libre.org > wrote: >> I think it was important to re-explain all those points so >> that the community, which is - again - unnecessarily taken >> as witness, is not deceived by a scenario built from >> scratch. >> Again, to discredit the movement by such erroneous but >> public accusations still shows that only personal >> interests and vainness matter in this conflict with some >> people.
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