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Sun Sep 28 22:52:05 IST 2008

the only work of FSF-I is to be a not-for-profit company with certain
goals which are not mass movement oriented. This is not useful to the
Free Software Movement which is a mass movement.<br>
Is FSF-I democratic in its constitution? Meaning, are the members elected or do company policies apply?<br>If
FSF-I continues in this manner then why do we need any FSF-I? We need
an organisation which can guide this Movement and not simply to give
verdict/blessings that &quot;this/you is/are right&quot;, &quot;that/you is/are
We want to know how FSF-I intends to proceed in the future. Does it
plan to be a participant in the Movement? We want it to be democratic
and representative of the Movement in all senses and not simply through
talk. <br><font color="#888888">-- <br>
Vikram Vincent<br>+919448810822<br><a href="" target="_blank"></a><br>


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