On Censorship

Karun kdambiec at fsfe.org
Mon May 6 17:11:58 UTC 2019

After reading the posts here I’m seriously thinking to stop supporting the FSFE as a „supporter“ and also because of the fellowship discontinuation. In the Future it seems better to support the Free software Foundation in the us which’s more mature.


On Mon, 6 May 2019, at 5:51 PM, Erik Albers wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> On 06.05.19 16:58, Joe Awni wrote:
> > Personally, I have experienced instances of de facto censorship in the form
> > of not being allowed to participate in an election, 
> You have not being allowed to participate because the deadline for candidates
> have been on February 1st and you applied on April 15, means you have been
> 2,5 months beyond the deadline. This is in no way censorship.
> here available for everyone to see:
> https://lists.fsfe.org/pipermail/discussion/2016-April/010954.html
> > having messages delayed
> > until untimely, unauthorized edits, and removal of messages. *I think it is
> > absolutely important we avoid censorship in any communication in any form. *
> this talking about censorship meanwhile is getting really boring. I know of
> multiple people and messages that have NOT been delivered on your "alternative
> mailing-list" fsfellowship.eu by Reinhard Müller, Florian Snow, Christian
> Kalkhoff, Diogo Constantino and myself minimum.
> so better start to lead by example before blaming everyone else or I will stop
> listening.
> And now let's see if this mail is going to be delivered on fsfellowhip.eu : )
> Best,
>  Erik
> -- 
> No one shall ever be forced to use non-free software
> Erik Albers | Programme Manager, Communication | FSFE
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