Defining Free Software Business
sam at liddicott.com
Tue Jun 27 16:56:40 UTC 2006
Alfred M. Szmidt wrote:
> > More absurd accusations without the the least of proof.
> Yes but in this case the accusation was intended to be absurd and
> the burden of proof was on FSF; debian having met their burden of
> Okie, then I accuse Debian of molesting gerbils. The burn of proof is
> now on Debian to prove the opposite.
> Both you and MJ seem to have a concorted notion of whom the burden of
> proof lies on, it is on the person who accuses someone: Innocent until
> proven guilty.
You seem to like debating jujitsu and to deflect the point, most
observers can see this whether or not you think so, and they draw their
MJ Ray was stating that the Debian position was
1) Not what you claim
2) Very open and easy to see, and by comparison more open than FSF
Your interesting response is:
Ah, but for all we know while we are secretly buying lotus notes, you
are molesting gerbils.
The point is, Debian are more open than FSF, and by such openness the
Debian position on Contrib et al is very clear.
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