[vlc-devel] Formal complaint - censorship
salsaman at gmail.com
Tue Oct 26 13:07:38 CEST 2010
On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 8:02 AM, Geoffroy Couprie <geo.couprie at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2010/10/26 Rémi Denis-Courmont <remi at remlab.net>:
>> ----- Message d'origine -----
>>> - First, everyone know what you did. Including yourself, obviously.
>>> Your post on planet.videolan.org was meant to be understood as a PR
>>> from VideoLAN. While clearly it is not. It's your only your own
>>> personnal feeling. So go post that on your own personal blog.
>> This is preposterous. I have done numerous PR on behalf of the project. When I do that, I always mention it and use official means: the official website and/or the announcements mailing list. Thdi time I used my personal feed and signed with my lone name.
>> I find it disturbing that I am wrongly accused of impersonating the project, while you obviously benefited from advertisment by said project, and I did not. But that is to be expected when the website admins have made themselves party to the argument.
> Well, for people outside of VideoLAN, it looked like an official
> statement. Without a sentence like "Warning, this is my own opinion,
> not the consensus in VideoLAN", anyone following planet.v.o would
> think this is an official decision (moreover with formulations like "a
> formal notification of copyright infringement was sent" instead of "I
> sent a formal notification").
> I won't debate about legal aspects, GPL and Apple's ToS (because
> 1.IANAL 2.I am not a mindless follower of Stallman
Thankyou, I take great offence to this.
I choose to release my code under the GPL. Now you are categorising me
and others who choose to do so as "mindless followers of Richard
Looks like I will not be contributing any more to the vlc project. In
fact should you continue to distribute any of my code via the
AppStore, I will look into taking legal action against you.
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