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On 02/03/2013 11:43, Italo Vignoli wrote:
Il 02/03/2013 06:12, Fabian Rodriguez ha scritto:

If this is how contributions are met, why bother asking? I didn't
realize this was a club. I am done here. Good bye.

I appreciate the fact that you have your own version of freedom, which
is based on considering your ideas the only ones worth of respect and

Unfortunately for you, freedom has just one meaning, and the fact that
you support software freedom does not mean at all that your version of
freedom is the right one. Imposing on others your own version of freedom
is not freedom at all.

Maybe, nevertheless I had the same feeling and frustration... just a coincidence? Nothing wrong on TDF side? Do you really think this obvious issue has been managed in a reasonable way among FOSS activists? We were discussion values vs simple iMages, and iMages (carrying the wrong value and message) were prevailing... does it sound right to you? Is your freedom the one that permits arbitrary content be put online, and ignore *obvious* complains about the fact that is ridiculous wrong? Why do I have to state the obvious and no easy steps are done (remove the images / remove the page until ready) but on the contrary there has been a long defending of Apple branding on them? Take this issue so long and in a so frustrating way (good tactic indeed) until people give up desperate and exhausted?
Imposing on others your own version of freedom is not freedom at all ;P
Best regards
Marco Menardi

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