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Re: Emacs contributions, C and Lisp

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Emacs contributions, C and Lisp
Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2014 15:59:02 -0400

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    I am not discussing GNU whatevers, I am discussing your attacks on me,
    *on emacs-devel*, and I will answer where those attacks take place.

Perhaps you were doing the latter, but what matters is that you were
doing the former.  Attacking the GNU project's positions and
statements is unwelcome on this list.

That your words could also be described in some other way
does not make them ok.

    I do not "attack" its general whatevers.  I
    disagree with particular whatevers where I think they are self-

By "general" I mean not specifically about Emacs.  This list is for
discussing Emacs development.  I mention general GNU policies here
when they are relevant to the discussion here or to Emacs development.

When I mention them, it is ok to ask me to explain.  But if you
disagree with them and want to argue about whether they are proper,
you should do that on gnu-misc-discuss.

Dr Richard Stallman
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