[Fsf-friends] Has FSF-India lost its relevance?

Anand Babu Periasamy ab at gnu.org.in
Mon Sep 29 00:43:12 IST 2008

FSF was formed to promote and protect the free software. Bridging digital divide, 
knowledge society and free software for common man.. are some what different goals, but
free software has a role to play. If you could contribute in any ways, you are welcome.

Your accusations of "CPIM take over" or "Board inactivity" are unfounded. There are a
number of achievements to list by FSF-I since it was founded in 2001. I am sure, everyone
in this list are aware of them. If you have real legitimate concerns, please discuss them
here with some backing.

Thanks for the wishes.
Anand Babu Periasamy
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Jack As wrote:
> Hi,
> I ask the above because of what I see happening...
> We have an organisation capable of taking free software to the common 
> man, bridging the digital divide, building a better knowledge society...
> but
> 1. The members of the FSF-I work group have not met nor changed in 
> ages..(see the Who's who for reference)
> 2. The members of the FSF-I and a few others throw accusations against 
> teams trying to do something to popularise free software by using some 
> frivolous technicalities...
> 3. Just 5 men on the FSF-I board who do nothing but talk a lot(paper 
> tigers)...
> More than a CPIM takeover I am worried about FSF-I rotting to death due 
> to inactivity...
> @ The board of directors
> Kindly replace the people who do nothing(including your kind selves) 
> with those who can.
> Wishing you to do what is right in the best interest of the movement,
> Jack As
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