[ale] linux recommendations
mpwright at speedfactory.net
Wed Dec 22 22:33:13 EST 2004
Will abundantly back up my comment to any middle of the road or
If you are of the Liberal.. er, uh I mean Moderate political persuasion
then you would prefer hearing "The organization that sponsors Ubuntu
is, just like the United Nations, concerned with the political well
being of all nations and the environment in which we all exist and they
take an active political role in the world to promote their concern".
I really didn't want to start a political discussion, just to point out
that the Ubuntu organization exists to further Liberal ideals. That is
a bit unique among creators and maintainers of Open Source. Not that
it is unique that they are Liberal but that they are a political
organization that just so happens to have their own distro.
I imagine Al Franken would want to know if his favorite distro was
rolled by and only available at RNC.com.
On Dec 22, 2004, at 10:02 PM, James Sumners wrote:
> Why don't you back that up with something?
> On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 16:57:15 -0500
> Mark Wright <mpwright at speedfactory.net> wrote:
>> The organization that sponsors Ubuntu is a pack of raging America
>> hating liberals. If that doesn't put you off I would recommend it. I
>> personally like my Linux ideology free.
> James Sumners
> "All governments suffer a recurring problem: Power attracts
> personalities. It is not that power corrupts but that it is magnetic
> to the
> corruptible. Such people have a tendency to become drunk on violence, a
> condition to which they are quickly addicted."
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