The FSF and I just followed your instructions to send comments to
that email address as said at the end of
Accepting that proposal as a standard is dangerous without RedPhone
being more clear about their IPR, making sure that they will not only
sue implementers of that method, but also that they won't sue users of
Having Internet standards that are openly implementable and usable
without restrictions is very very important, otherwise you will be
creating a divide between some people being able to use some standards
and some people left behind.
Please, understand this and do the right thing, you know what the
right thing is, every human knows!
El 11/02/09 20:58, Noel Chiappa escribió:
Thank you for being part of a crowd of hundreds of people who have mailbombed
the mailboxes of thousands of IETF 'members' (since we don't have any formal
membership, just an email list). As a result, we all have such positive
feeling about the FSF.
Ivan Baldo - ibaldo(_at_)adinet(_dot_)com(_dot_)uy -
From Montevideo, Uruguay, at the south of South America.
Freelance programmer and GNU/Linux system administrator, hire me!
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