ostendali at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 09:03:17 UTC 2018
there is only one way to achieve your aiming in calming down situation and
it is the one I suggested, that the current staff of FSFE has to go.
It is true that it is purely my personal opinion but it is also true that I
have some experience in saying this, enough to say that FSFE will grow no
longer if this suggestion is not taken seriously.
On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 9:24 AM Erik Albers <eal at fsfe.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> On 06.09.2018 07:25, bzg at gnu.org wrote:
> > I don't know nothing about what's been talked about in this thread.
> > This is just a reminder that there are probably many subscribers like
> > me who don't have a clue of what is at stake here.
> > Perhaps you should gather in a field, organize a tournament and come
> > back when someone wins -- or have a good discussion somewhere IRL?
> > In any case, please keep in mind that some readers may be completely
> > lost and partially fed up with the spectacle.
> this is my favourite post to the discussion in the last days. Thank you so
> much for stepping up from the silence.
> Please let us all try to calm down for a while and then let us discuss Free
> Software topics again.
> Thank you,
> No one shall ever be forced to use non-free software
> Erik Albers | Communication & Community Coordinator | FSFE
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