new release of GPA

User auto48352680 at
Tue Oct 30 00:11:56 CET 2012

On 10/29/2012 4:43 PM, Doug Barton wrote:
> On 10/29/2012 02:37 PM, User wrote:
>> Just because "you" have decided to cherry pick your definition of the
>> English word "free" does not make it more or less so.
> It isn't Robert who is picking the definition, it's the FSF. Arguing
> about the definition here isn't going to do anyone any good, since the
> policy does not originate here. Please respect the policy of the list
> (which I personally disagree with, FWIW).
> Meanwhile, Robert has also suggested some useful avenues where you could
> direct your efforts. Please do that, instead of picking fights on topics
> that either cannot be changed, or are not productive.
> Doug
He's a troll who couldn't find his way out of a wet paper bag. He
brought this up, not me. Or is "Robert" one of your sock puppets? If you
want to follow him down the "useful avenues" of la-la land, jump aboard.
 Me, I already know what the words "free" and "broken" mean. If you let
someone confuse you about such a simple topic, what the hell business do
you have looking at encryption software anyway? Your everyday
terminology is already encrypted in your mind.  :)

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