Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 16th Dec 2009 00:13 UTC
Gnome In the item we ran yesterday about GNOME and the GNU Project, one aspect got snowed under a little bit. It turns out a claim made in the iTWire article about the role a blog post by Miguel De Icaza was false, and even though the claim wasn't ours, I did repeat it, and therefore, should correct it too. I also need to offer apologies for not framing the opening of the article clear enough - had I framed it better, a lot of pointless discussion and name-calling could've been avoided.
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Re: Religion
by Jason Bourne on Wed 16th Dec 2009 01:54 UTC
Jason Bourne
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2007-06-02

Calvinism and predestination is a very good start...

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RE: Re: Religion
by Anon9 on Wed 16th Dec 2009 03:35 in reply to "Re: Religion"
Anon9 Member since:
2008-06-30

I'd say Wesleyan Armenian doctrine is more scripturally sound, but I really don't want to start a discussion over Christian doctrines at this site. It's just too off-topic.

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RE[2]: Re: Religion
by rexstuff on Wed 16th Dec 2009 08:17 in reply to "RE: Re: Religion"
rexstuff Member since:
2007-04-06

Perhaps, but I find Open Theism and indeterminism to be more philosophically consistent with the Christian narrative overall.

Now if only Open Theism was even tangentially related to Open Source, then we might be able to justify a conversation on the topic ;)

Edited 2009-12-16 08:18 UTC

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RE: Re: Religion
by eco2geek on Wed 16th Dec 2009 07:52 in reply to "Re: Religion"
eco2geek Member since:
2009-09-23

Did someone mention Calvinball? It's very easy. You make up the rules as you go.

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