Posted by Nemo on January 12, 1999 at 17:15:35:
In Reply to: Re: Famous Ladonians posted by Erik Johansson on January 11, 1999 at 12:24:48:
: : : How many famous Ladonians are part of Ladonia? We all know
: : : Vilks, and Christo. Who else?
: : Not knowing the proper procedure, I am about to propose making Richard M. Stallman an Honorary Citizen of Ladonia. I shall shortly address Lars Vilks with this proposition. Richard M. Stallman is the founder of Free Software Foundation and the GNU Public License, a co-developer of GNU/Linux, and the programmer behind GNU Emacs and GNU C Compiler (gcc). He has done rather a lot in making Earth a better place and, I believe, deserved to become a Ladonian citizen!
: : Nemo.
: Of course... Why not Linus Torvalds to... It's getting more and more obvious that they have done lots more for the PC world than Bill Gates and all of his profit-hungry friends.. Maybe Ladonia should make it's own Linux dist. for it's citizens?? Would be nice...
: /Erik "Ekan" Johansson
: Vicepresident of Ladonia,
: leader of The Peace Party..
Splendid! Linus Torvalds contributed with the most important part of the operating system - the kernel, plus lots of ideas. I have today sent a proposition to State Secretary, the Queen and the President on making RMS an Honorary Citizen of Ladonia. I would be glad if Linus Torvalds would also be awarded this title.
For those, who wonder what this Linux-thing is about - visit the link below!
A Speaker of the 1st Chamber of the Ladonian Parliament
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