The question alone

Weird. I think that just thinking about something like that being possible is very weird. Planet GNOME is one of the aggregators which shows every post, always (a full feed is often requested). The only exceptions (AFAIK) being: bugs, bugs and bugs (either planetplanet, GNOME server or when there is a server problem with the feed).

So to question the openness of GNOME Planet.. weird. I thought pgo had more trust than this. Wonder what can be done to change this impression.

I also don’t agree with:

Furthermore censorship on a service provided by those who consider themselves advocates of freedom and liberty is hypocritical to say the least.

Start a personal attack on a GNOME service and you can forget about mentioning freedom. Furthermore, freedom/liberty is to be able to announce something, not about being able to do that anywhere you please. Meaning: if GNOME provides a service, GNOME decides on what is allowed (but don’t forget about the beginning of this blog).
Lastly, I don’t see GNOME as an advocacy of freedom and liberty (just free software).

2 thoughts on “The question alone”

  1. > GNOME decides on what is allowed
    >
    I assume you were fully aware that there is no “GNOME” when writing is, you sneaky bastard?

    > I don’t see GNOME as an advocacy of freedom and liberty (just free software).
    >
    I do.

  2. Regarding the openness, yes, GNOME decides regarding the hiding of posts.

    I am not sure why you have to resort to calling me a bastard, so that is all.

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