Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 26th Aug 2009 22:23 UTC
GNU, GPL, Open Source When Windows Vista was launched, the Free Software Foundation started its BadVista campaign, which was aimed at informing users about what the FSF considered user-restrictive features in Vista. Luckily for the FSF, Vista didn't really need a bad-mouthing campaign to fail. Now that Windows 7 is receiving a lot of positive press, the FSF dusted off the BadVista drum, and gave it a fresh coat of paint.
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RE[7]: Agreed
by Moulinneuf on Thu 27th Aug 2009 18:34 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Agreed"
Moulinneuf
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2005-07-06

People use to not believe me when I said there where extremist who tought Free Software was irrational and insane ... Now I just show who they are by extrimisizing the Free Software position, to get them out of there shell and out in the open, get them all the time. Less Rational and less sane people , then me , hate it and push for more moderate position , witch is where everyone should be pushing, but sadly more people are into hating the FSF out of lies then pushing the moderate and midle ground, mostly from the Open Source camp sadly too.

Dance rockwell , dance my boy ...

Short story, Linus won't ban them, but won't do the work to fix them and the rest of the Linux kernel developer don't want anything to do with them. So if you make binary driver, you support them.

If you got a working solution run it by Linus ... and see if you can get it in the kernel.

Edited 2009-08-27 18:36 UTC

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