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Re: [GNUe-dev] Re: GNUe (was 'What's up?')

From: Daniel E Baumann
Subject: Re: [GNUe-dev] Re: GNUe (was 'What's up?')
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 21:03:43 -0600

Oh idiocy set in stone on the internet...great. I dunno who
that chillywilly guy was but the chillywilly now is nothing like him.
I'd just to apologize to everyone for being a real moron. Especially to
Jason because I know he puts a lot of time and effort into what he does
and I'd just like to say thanks. Thank you GNUe developers. Don't be
discouraged by the nay-sayers you guys keep doing what you are doing.
You're an ispiration to us all.

Take care,


On Sun, 2004-03-14 at 04:33, Peter Sullivan wrote:
> In article <address@hidden>, Derek
> Neighbors <address@hidden> writes
> >Yes we have a very real problem with people thinking this project is not
> >highly viable when it is.  The interesting thing is we actually were at
> >the core of a study on how to communicate in a distributed world[0].
> >
> >[0]
> That link goes to the abstract, but it appears you have to pay $$$ to
> see the full paper. However, there is a free (as in beer) version of
> this academic paper at:
> GROUP03.pdf
> plus, a slightly more detailed version at:
> BookChapter.pdf
> The index page for all of this is:
> All very interesting.
And if cynics ridicule freedom, ridicule community...if ``hard nosed
realists'' say that profit is the only ideal...just ignore them, and use
copyleft all the same.
      -- RMS

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