[Marxism] More History & Thoughts on Open Source Software & Linux

Clay Claiborne clayclai at gmail.com
Fri Jan 3 09:14:37 MST 2014

Regardless of what RMS might have wanted, doesn't the fact that 30 years
after the start of the GNU project, he says the GNU kernel is not ready for
regular use mean that it is still in the lab?

Without Linux, the impact of FOSS would be practically non-existent.

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On Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 12:35 AM, David P Á <david at miradoiro.com> wrote:

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> I don't know what obsession people have with claiming RMS didn't want
> free software to succeed or wanted it to be kept in the lab, but
> apparently it's one of these myths that won't go away ever. Oh well.
> In the meantime ESR has been writing about how cultural Marxism has
> taken over the US, racism is not so bad, and sexual equality must be
> given up for the sake of higher birthrates lest Islam conquers the world.
> --David.
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