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SubjectRe: Not a bible thumper. . .
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Khan Klatt wrote:
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> In one paragraph you say you're against replacing curses with %(*^, and
> in the very next, you say that reputable companies make an effort to take
> them out when they DO distribute source.
>
> So, if we're going to make our source freely distributed, don't you think
> we should have the same considerations that our friends at Sun or SGI or
> BSDI do?

(not directed at Khan in particular)

The of a cooperation is to make money. The goal of politically
correctness is ugly politics.

The goal of Linux should be to make a good OS, and vulgar comments
make the source code friendlier to hacker-types. How many people
here are honestly offended by vulgarity? Probably a large
number, like myelf, actually PREFER it.


Lex


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