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Re: [PATCH] Improve adherance to the GNU Kind Communication Guidelines
On Oct 22, 2018, "Carlos O'Donell" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I expect the guideline to cover all forms of communication including
> the manual, website, and social media, and not just email.
I'm afraid I can't find anything in the guidelines that supports that
position, not in them as a whole, not in the specific paragraph about
relevant political positions, that talks about 'discussions'. From my
partial reading of the g-p-d thread that led to this document, I believe
it is supposed to cover interactive discussions, certainly not limited
to email: it could be IRC and social media, but I hesitate in
considering manual and code as 'discussion' or even 'interactive' in the
I concede, however, that I could be mistaken in my understanding, so
I'll leave it for the author of the document to clarify the intent and
possibly amend the document.
Alexandre Oliva, freedom fighter https://FSFLA.org/blogs/lxo
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