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Re: A summary of some open discussions

From: Ruben Safir
Subject: Re: A summary of some open discussions
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2020 02:32:26 -0500
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On 1/13/20 12:21 AM, Jean Louis wrote:
> * Kaz Kylheku (gnu-misc-discuss) <> [2020-01-13 
> 02:10]:
>> On 2020-01-11 21:52, Jean Louis wrote:
>>> * Thompson, David <> [2020-01-10 10:53]:
>>>> The problem is that when he chooses to step in, GNU is worse off
>>>> because of it.  See the glibc abort "joke", "kind communication
>>>> guidelines" vs. code of conduct, etc.
>>>> - Dave
>>> It is not abort joke, it never was "abort" joke. Media with you
>>> included is twisting it and as media has certain keywords to pick up
>>> and earn money on it, you think it is justified to blame anybody for a
>>> joke? LOL.
>>> It is censorship joke:
>> More than a censorship joke, it obviously uses metaphor of an imagined
>> censorship about the abort function as government-imposed prohibitions
>> on abortion.
>> It's not a joke at all, but a coded political statement that stands in
>> favor of women's right to choose, against conservative policies.
> The big joke in the end is that few of those politically oriented,
> mostly French GNU members, again wish to censor the joke that was
> about censorship itself.

This whole list is about censorship

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