Subject: Re: Blogger claiming "shared source" is approved by OSI
From: Robin 'Roblimo' Miller <robin@roblimo.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 17:10:04 -0400

Mr. Terekhov,

To me, as a list observer and once-in-a-while participant, you seem more
interested in creating arguments and generally being obnoxious than in
actually discussing licenses for open source software.

This is the "license-discuss@opensource.org" email list, not the "Argue
with Alexander Terekhov" email list.

Besides being argumentative and generally unpleasant, you are almost
always off-topic.

Please go away.

Thank you,

Robin 'Roblimo' Miller
Bradenton, Florida


> On 10/23/07, Rodent of Unusual Size <Ken.Coar@golux.com> wrote:
> [...]
>   
>> the store manager has asked you to stop certain behaviour --
>> not what the behaviour was.
>>     
>
> Okay. Granted: the store manager can decide on this matter. The
> matter: whether my behavior is wrong and hence must be stopped or
> perhaps it's all right and can continue:
>
> [...]
>   
>>> And who's "we", Mr. Rodent of Unusual Size?
>>>       
>> What, no link?  Let me provide one, then: http://opensource.org/board
>>     
>
> Thank you.
>
> So http://opensource.org/board is the store manager.
>
> I insist on openness:
>
> Asay, Matt      : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Coar, Ken      : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Cooper, Danese : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> de Souza, Bruno : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Mathur, Raj : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Nelson, Russell : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Nwakanma, Nnenna : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Sharma, Alolita : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Tiemann, Michael : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
>
> The Board is advised by observers and counsel:
>
> Radcliffe, Mark : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Majerus, Laura : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Axmark, David : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Heinz, Federico : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Prabhakar, Ernie : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Raymond, Eric : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
> Weerawarana, Sanjiva : (yes/no/mu) [     ]
>
> regards,
> alexander.
>
> --
> "Live cheaply," he said, offering some free advice. "Don't buy a house,
> a car or have children. The problem is they're expensive and you have
> to spend all your time making money to pay for them."
>
>       -- Free Software Foundation's Richard Stallman: 'Live Cheaply'
>