@fsf I am sorry that you no longer want me or anybody else to feel welcome or comfortable interacting with the FSF. I am sorry for the people who want to continue interacting with the FSF despite this. You should be ashamed to have accepted him back into these positions of power. He is not capable of conducting himself with decorum or respect, and placing him in a leadership position is simply not appropriate.

@DanHakimi @fsf it's pretty sad your ego is so damaged that you can't work with a group because they have different social perspectives than you. I'm sorry to say this but you're a wuss.

@selamatC @fsf So I'll continue to focus my support on the SFLC and SFC and Debian. Those communities don't suck. Thanks for making my decision easier.

@DanHakimi @fsf when the SFLC, SFC, and Debian foundations, which are international and have people of various political opinions and cultural norms, appoint someone based on merit to a position of power, and it leaks that they said something you are sensitive to but is not related to the work they do, will you stop support of those groups too? It sounds to me like you're looking for some drama.

@selamatC @fsf Eben Moglen is a sweetie, Tony Sebro is a bro, and... I guess Debian is named after a couple of people but it's grown past any number of people. But if Eben Moglen turned out to have been a monster all along, I'd gladly work with Mishi Choudhary.

@DanHakimi @fsf seriously, the gall of a guy making 6 figures from a multinational that exploits workers and governments by selling snakeoil, that's
also been in trouble multiple times for corruption, and helped the Nazis exterminate Jews and refuses to own up to it, becomes judgemental about a socially inept guy who is fighting for software freedom and a better society for a non-profit.. give your head a shake. You don't sit any higher than RMS.

@selamatC @fsf You don't know what I make, what I make has nothing to do with this conversation. I can't speak much to IBM's history, I had heard about it internally and in a few other places but never read this book, so... I'm not sure what to tell you about its history, except that no, it's still not related to Stallman.


@DanHakimi @fsf I'll be more direct:
You are judging someone in the public sphere differently because they are in the public sphere. You are not judging your own employers worse actions because they are not in the public sphere. My argument is that you are a hypocrite for not judging your own organization in the same lens you judge Stallman because one pays you, and another is a celebrity.

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@selamatC @fsf I'm not even judging Stallman. I'm sure he isn't *trying* to be evil. But he's *doing evil*. He's hurting people. You're not interested in addressing that fact -- you'll just deflect again.

@DanHakimi @fsf no, he's really not hurting anyone, he's offending some people, he's making some people uncomfortable, he's also a dick, but he's not hurting anyone.

@selamatC @fsf You realize that hurting people emotionally hurts them, right?

@selamatC alright, troll, well I'm here to talk about stallman, and you keep on with this weird wannabe-ad-hominem rant. Fine, you got the block you wanted.

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