"GNU Project and Free Software Foundation founder Richard
Stallman posted a message on the OpenBSD -misc mailing list titled,
'real men don't attack straw men,' suggesting that some comments he
had made were being misrepresented. He noted, 'one question
particularly relevant for this list is why I don't recommend
OpenBSD. It is not about what the system allows. (Any general
purpose system allows doing anything at all.) It is about what the
system suggests to the user.' He went on to note that though he
knew of no non-free software included in the base OpenBSD system,
there was non-free software distributed via the ports collection,
'if a collection of software contains (or suggests installation of)
some non-free program, I do not recommend it...'"
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