[development] How is it that new Drupal user is given CVS access to ban countries
arcaneadam at gmail.com
Tue Mar 9 16:19:37 UTC 2010
You know it's really not Drupal, The Drupal Association, or any one related
to Drupal in an official capacities, job to tell, limit, or try and manage
what Drupal sites are used for. Complaining and whinning about the fact that
some user created a module that will ban a whole range of IP's based of
country has nothing to do with Drupal, Drupal Development or the Free
I think we can all appreciate you and understand your political/social
stance on what free means, but this has absolutely nothing to do with Drupal
development. To top it off it is completely hypocritical to say that an open
source project should limit peoples use of their project. It would then by
doing that no longer be meeting your definition of free flow of information
since it would be limiting the free flow.
Let's please move on people.
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Adam A. Gregory
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On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 11:11 AM, Victor Kane <victorkane at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, Richard Stallman was here in Buenos Aires recently and I went to his
> He is talking about free movement of info, as in, people being able to
> share books, etc.
> We can arbitrarily reduce that to code if we wish, but then, we can
> arbitrarily do anything.
> On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 1:06 PM, Laura <pinglaura at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mar 9, 2010, at Tue 3/9/10 7:46am, Victor Kane wrote:
>> > I feel all Open Source projects should adhere to Free Software
>> Foundation principles involving the free movement of information.
>> To me, the overriding principle is free movement of code.
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