[Fsf-friends] Freedom of expression cant be suppressed with muscle power

siddhu soso sid.fuser at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 23:27:51 IST 2008

Correct it never happened ... state feeling responsible for people.. and
people from different work zones have come to appreciate the cause.

"i wonder if there were atleast 150 guys who had anything to do with free

im surprised to see someone from free software community say that.. school
children, policy makers etc.. got nothing to do with free software .. dont
you want them to use free software?

On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 9:43 PM, sandeep sr <sandeep.sr78 at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 6:06 PM, siddhu soso <sid.fuser at gmail.com> wrote:
> > well im surprised.. im still not able to find a reason for the protest..
> > when. the whole community.. is participating.. in the event, it would
> take
> > only minimum sense to get an idea of informing about a "mistake" that was
> > happening..
> >
> > The only reason that i could see is .. somebody wants to project
> himself..
> > as the "ONE" who stands for justice and all.. but irony is he forgot that
> in
> > this act.. he was opposing the event for the justice in software field ,
> > which gave a qualitative change to the movement in the country..
> >
> > Never in India it happened.. where 1500+ attending a free software
> > conference..
> >
> Never before in India was a conference organized by the Communist
> Party of a State and a few other power mongers. All sister
> organizations of the party were told to ensure participation. G.O was
> sent to all schools in Kerala to bring the kids to the Stalls....KGOA
> beared the expenses of their members who attended the conferece...the
> list goes on and on....i wonder if there were atleast 150 guys who had
> anything to do with free software
> --
> Sandeep
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