On Wed, September 3, 2014 20:36, Steve Langasek wrote:
> Nevertheless, having given him the stage, it wouldn't do Debian any good
> to now try to air any of this in public. It would just make us look
> petty, and would do nothing to affect the general public's impression of
> Linus or any associations they might perceive between him and Debian as a
> result of this session at DebConf.
Yes, very much agreed.
> But I think it's nonsensical for Debian to apologize to the FSF over
> something that offends people who are part of *both* organizations, and
> who are entirely capable of grasping the nuance of Linus being a
> non-Debian person expressing views that Debian does not share towards
> one of Debian's partners in the community.
Indeed. I believe the best course of action is to let this case rest now.
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