Can we show in the main page...
Mon, 24 Mar 2003 17:20:24 +0100
On Mon, 24 Mar 2003 17:18:58 +0200, Dov Margulis said:
> Gnu and Gnupg are not your personal home pages.
Well, I have always refused to put personal things on the website or
even any prominent notes that there is commercial support for GnuPG
available. For nearly 5 years, I took responsibility for the website
alone and did all the work. I have never seen a single cent from the
FSF for the GnuPG work or the website. If there is someone who
theoretically have a right to complain, then it is the German Unix
User Group, who are paying for hosting and the machine.
I really appreciate the recent work of Lolo and the others, it indeed
helped me to concentrate more on the technical stuff.
Since last Thursday I can't keep quite about the injustice and terror
the most prominent founder of the UN is currently engaged in. Given
that I can't be on the street every day, I take the opportunities I
have to protest against it. The Free Software movement is a higly
political one and as such its members should not keep quite in times
were the global system of agreements is broken in such a way. Yes, we
didn't had a poll on the banner and I autocratically decided to add
the banner - Mr. Bush neither had a poll to break the UN Charta.
Germans are often accused to have been quite in a time when they
should have raised there voices. Hopefully a lot of people learned
from history and don't shut up today.
Nonviolence is the greatest force at the disposal of
mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of
destruction devised by the ingenuity of man. -Gandhi