Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Jul 2005 14:00 UTC, submitted by Timothy R. Butler
GNU, GPL, Open Source Tim Butler knew when he mentioned something negative about the GNU Project's General Public License (GPL), in his column on KDE last week, he would inevitably be accused of arguing the GPL was a bad license. What did not fit into that piece shall now be dealt with: is the GPL a bad license or is the issue he complained about something else?
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RE[6]: KDE vs. GNOME
by on Wed 13th Jul 2005 15:25 UTC

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Micah (youknowmewell), is the only way for you to communicate nicely the way of namecalling others or defamate them in the public ? We all know you are a GNOME user and the author of ClearLooks-Indigo, no need to hide.

No people don't need to agree with the opinion of one, but please expect that other's don't necessarily want to agree with your opinion either.

Just because one don't agree with you doesn't mean you have the rights to namecall them. If you want to be a serious and honest person (which you aren't - because you are insulting them) then be prepared that no one takes you serious either.

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RE[7]: KDE vs. GNOME
by japail on Wed 13th Jul 2005 20:19 in reply to "RE[6]: KDE vs. GNOME"
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2005-06-30

Would you two please take your lovers' quarrel somewhere private? Do you think everyone else wants to read this "no you're biased," "no you're biased," "stop calling me names" stuff?

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