On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 8:14 PM, Charles-H.Schulz
I think that we should just put together raw data (screeshots) without
comments. Other people will be able to connect the dots and develop
their own opinion.
SAOSA (self-appointed open source advocates à la Rob Weir) should start
to be recognized for their peculiarities, and judged by authentic free
software advocates for their [de]merits.
Well... I don't want to troll and I think we have more constructive
things to do even with AOO and ASF (which I think is a reputable
foundation and has been a net plus for FOSS).
But sometimes it's also useful to call FUD what it is; and this
negative energy spread around by a few rotten apples helps no one. If
anything, it shows how immature these apples are.
I think our (TDF/LO) success can be judged on its own merits. What I
don't understand is why some of the SAOSA sound like they are
threatened by our success. As you say, spreading negative energy
around helps no one.
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