Subject: Re: SocialText license discussion--call for closure of arguments
From: Rick Moen <rick@linuxmafia.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 19:46:07 -0800

Quoting Ross Mayfield (ross.mayfield@socialtext.com):

> To clarify,

Ross, I appreciate your intent to clarify.  However, are you going to fix 
what your Web page says?  To reiterate, what it says is simply
factually incorrect -- on a matter of central importance here, i.e., it
claims you've submitted to OSI licensing text that you clearly have not.

You could have said "Yes, we'll fix that."  You could have said "No,
we'll not be changing that page."  Or you could have just quietly fixed
it but not commented here.  I'm a bit mystified that you did none of
those three, as your response appears to use quite a few nice-sounding
phrases that circumnavigate what I said without addressing it.

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and scream out it with operatic force, volume, and decorum, and then return to 
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