I do not have ignorance as an excuse. I found it hilarious that in the
previous post it was said that "RMS would appear to be
the current problem". Having said this, the GFDL for all its good points,
was never intended for a project like Wikipedia or Wiktionary. I am
convinced that both the EFF and RMS will acknowledge this. It is likely for
this reason discussions are going on that will hopefully remedy some if not
most of the existing issues.
On Nov 21, 2007 11:15 PM, George Herbert <george.herbert(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Nov 21, 2007 12:23 PM, Jimmy Wales
> It is nice to see everyone agree that RMS is the problem in getting
better open content collaboration going.
I do not agree, and I think it unwise for people who have not been in
direct personal contact with the negotiation process to make rash
assumptions about where "the problem" is.
I suspect GerardM probably hadn't clued in yet that there were update and
unification talks in progress. It hasn't been loudly talked about until
-george william herbert
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