I object. Trying to encourage freely-available documentation is one
thing, trying to refuse authors the right to refer folks to non-free
documentation when appropriate is objectionable.
>GNU programs to follow them. For example, the documentation files
>and comments in the program should speak of Linux-based GNU systems or
>GNU/Linux systems, rather than calling the whole system "Linux", and
>should use the term "free software" rather than "open source".
I know that my opinions don't mean too much, since I wasn't the one
who ported my backend to SANE, I only encouraged it. But it's still
my code, in part, and I am not impressed by RMS's patronizing attitude
"Magazines all too frequently lead to books and should be regarded by the
prudent as the heavy petting of literature." -- Fran Lebowitz
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