FreeBSD's problems as seen by the BSDForen.de community
timo.schoeler at riscworks.net
Fri Jan 11 02:54:56 PST 2008
thus Aryeh M. Friedman spake:
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> Timo Schoeler wrote:
>> thus Aryeh M. Friedman spake:
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>>>> The license is *perfect* and works for decades now. I'm pretty
>>>> sure people know when they can 'effort' it to contribute to an
>>>> OSS prject like FreeBSD. If they have time to do so and the
>>>> will to do so, they will do it. If not, then they won't do it.
>>>> The license is not responsible for coders' lives in a way to
>>>> make sure they can 'live' (rent an appartment, eat, drink,
>>>> Furthermore: Even the GPL does not regulate this.
>>>> (Total waste of time...)
>>> Accept to direct most of this to the hopefully newly created
>>> -legal@ list
>> I doubt there will be such a list. Maybe they should just create a
>> /dev/null-likeee list called flames@ ?
> See the actual purposal (not mine) and you see there are perfectly
> legit reasons for such a list that have nothing to do with this thread
>>> just let me say forcing people to pick between morals and money
>>> has never been a good option.
>> True, as money is on the place in the universe where morals is at
>> maximum distance to.
> Much of current thinking in economics actually says they are in fact
> flip sides of the same coin. A forth coming book (which I am not
> allowed to cite for an other few months due to a NDA) take direct aim
> at the above false paradox. It is the thesis of the book that almost
> all bad aspects of the modern macro world are due to incomplete
> understandings of the interplay between them.
Economics is, in contrast to as what it is sold as, _no_ science. It's
total crap. Far away from logic, far away from humanism, far away from
being useable in whatever way.
Must be a ultra-important book, if it's so secret. Wow.
The interplay is just plain fucking simple: There are, for decades now,
100,000 people dying of hunger each and every single day, *although*
there's enough being produced to feed double the amount of people living
on this planet: Mankind could feed *twelve billion* people. But nobody
of those 'in power' wants to do it.
There's war spread all over the world by the world's most democratic
country, in order to get geopolitical advantages and *oil*. Hundrets of
thousands of people dying in these wars.
Why is that? It's main purpose is to keep *your* V8 running and *you*
able to buy an iPhone. This is in order that *you* *don't* start *thinking*.
But this is now totally OT; please feel free to send me private email, I
like this kind of discussion as I'm very interested and active in
policital things. Please do *NOT* cc: freebsd-current at .
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> Aryeh M. Friedman
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