Annihilating the Neighbor's Galaxy - Using Free Software Only

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boba
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A rejoint: 08/28/2017

This is a long due follow-up to a previous thread:

https://trisquel.info/en/forum/bringing-peace-galaxy-using-libre-software-only#comment-149456

There have been suggestions that calling "peace", "tranquility" and "democracy" what actually is complete destruction could be considered by some unhappy minds as remotely akin to propaganda. In our days of transparency and intergalactic cooperation and bridge-building, only thugs and warmongering scum would still be fine keeping the lies and the twisted justifications going.

Since we value our computing freedom above all, we will target those lagging systems using Quadruple Glazing OS first in order to live test our fire power. They had plenty of time to switch to the sunny side of computing life and chose to keep walking the dark path instead, they deserve no mercy. We shall then, and only then, have the long lasting quietness that we have all been craving for.

Also, we would like someone to setup a website, a simple page where we could display pictures documenting our exploration of remote corners of our galaxy. We always fall asleep before we can reach the end of the first paragraph of the apache2 manual, and we do not trust hosting service providers to use 100% liberated hardware. Since we sold our brains long ago to French delicatessens, we keep looping from one option to the other. Could someone please insert a break somewhere?

boba
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A rejoint: 08/28/2017

We have been on-and-off interested in destroying the next galaxy, but it's not something we are still sure about. Even so, if we went for it, it would be for complete destruction yes. But we understand the risks, which is why we are still unsure what we will do. We will keep a determined face though, in order to foment fear, shock and awe in our future targets.

Does anyone has any useful reply to the original post? We would love to get some feedback. Thank you very much.

boba
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A rejoint: 08/28/2017

> we sold our brains long ago to French delicatessens

It appears we actually swapped them for red cabbages of similar volumes.