Re: [-empyre-] ? =÷= ?
It was never as cooperative as people would like you to think.
On 22/5/04 8:24 pm, "jon.satrom" <email@example.com> wrote:
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> The original announcement [of the GNU project] was followed by
> Stallman's "GNU Manifesto" and other essays that laid out his
> motivations for the GNU project, one of which was to:
> "bring back the cooperative spirit that prevailed in the
> [computing/video/hardware.art] community in earlier days."
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> On May 21, 2004, at 10:59 PM, Alan Sondheim wrote:
>> On Fri, 21 May 2004, jon.satrom wrote:
>>> Alan Sondheim wrote:
>>>> Stahlman has written eloquently on the development and use of the
>>>> Other than that, I'm not sure how you're using it.
>>> are you referring to the use of the term "gnu media" or just "gnu" ?
>>> if gnu media () i invite you to post the txt+link w/in liken
>>> i am interested in stahlman's writings ++ it will create a path to
>>> i threw gnu media in to the [lyrical/emmpyrical] [re/mixtape] to
>>> generate a path to the openness of of the early community.
>> I was referencing 'gnu' - not 'gnu media' - but the term is really I
>> Stahlman's - he insists for example on Gnu-Linux and so it gets
>> overdetermined - difficult to move elsewhere and for me a bit
>> to do so - I have some of the O'Reilly books here on Peer to Peer, use
>> Window apps a lot etc - alan
>> empyre forum
> empyre forum
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