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Re: Calling on Fedora/RedHat ML managers to clean up Fedora-list.



dexter wrote:
> On Mon July 28 2008 11:26:15 Alan Cox wrote:
>> Seconded. I've given up on the fedora-list for the most part, and its
>> driving users way from the Fedora project. I don't care if its
>> fedora-ranting, or just fedora-without-alexanfre-and-les we set up but
>> soemthing needs doing before it has a debian-legal like toxic effect on the
>> whole userbase
>
> I like the lawless-ness of the fedora-list (it reminds me of just
> outside my window :-) ). Generally its self policing and its always
> worked upto now, but Alexandre Oliva was told on this list to STFU
> and he obliged that aint quite worked on the fedora-list.

It surely was on-topic here to talk about whether unfree binary blobs
should be included in Fedora.

Do we really want to say that if any ethical question arises during
discussion on Fedora lists, people may not address it?

Andrew.


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