Python mode failures with xemacs
dak at gnu.org
Tue Aug 23 08:20:07 EDT 2011
Andreas Röhler <andreas.roehler at online.de> writes:
> [ ... ]
>> It does not take a special design to get you confused. Laws and their
>> consequences and interaction with reality are complex, but that is not
>> due to malicious intent.
> From the perspective of freedom --that's why we are at Emacs-- that
> system of making easy things complicated is truly malicious. It doesn't
> mean every lawyers must be conscious about.
> In general it's system drawing money from people - and taking their
> That's why FSF can't rely on that defending freedom. If they are
> recurring to courts, judges etc. something very different than freedom
> will result.
Contrary to what you appear to believe, people are not idiots who have
been waiting for you as their new messiah to fill their lives with legal
insights. The probability for a newcomer to any given area of expertise
to bring new insights is low, very low. If you plan on revolutionizing
a field, there is no way around getting acquainted with it first. Do
your homework before starting to lecture.
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