"Why we speak about Free Software" campaign
Georg C. F. Greve
greve at gnu.org
Fri Sep 7 00:56:17 UTC 2001
|| On Thu, 6 Sep 2001 07:52:18 +0200
|| Xavi Drudis Ferran <xdrudis at tinet.org> wrote:
xdf> Just a suggestion. Why use the term "local language"?.
You have a point there. My gut-feeling says that "other" is slightly
better than "any," though, so it is now:
"For various reasons, speaking of Free Software or the equivalent
term in other languages offers many advantages."
I feel that "other" is entirely neutral and should not pose a problem,
or am I missing something here?
xdf> I'd also put the "Free software offers freedom" part at the top,
xdf> so that:
I'm not so sure whether this is a good idea although I see the points
you are making.
This is because the last part tends to stick to the readers brain best
and I want that to be the freedom part, also it gives us the nice
chance to end with "Freedom counts!," which I believe is nice. Putting
it on top also kind of destroys the "flow" of the document, I
think. Does this make sense to you?
Georg C. F. Greve <greve at fsfeurope.org>
Free Software Foundation Europe (http://fsfeurope.org)
GNU Business Network (http://mailman.gnubiz.org)
Brave GNU World (http://brave-gnu-world.org)
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