breaking bad habits like Doodle and Facebook with, plugins?

Stephane Ascoet stephane.ascoet at
Thu Jan 18 13:06:04 UTC 2018

Le 18/01/2018 à 12:41, Carmen Bianca Bakker a écrit :
> I don't find this argument very strong at all.  What about a man's
> rights to hold slaves?  What about a man's rights to sell oneself into
> slavery?  I am aware that the comparison isn't 100% apt, but it relies
> on the same core argument: People having the right to deny others rights
> and freedoms, and people having the right to waive their rights and
> freedoms.
> If you start treating rights and freedoms as something that can be
> negotiated individually, the "powerful" will misuse this to transfer the
> rights of the "weak" over to them.
> I'm a staunch individualist, but the individual right to opt out of
> freedom is not one that I can comprehend or support.
> Yours,
I share this. These are two of the main differences between libre 
software advocacies(Linus Torvalds and Eric Raymond for the first, RMS 
for the second) and I think it would be hardly solved now and here...

Sincerely, Stephane Ascoet

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