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OpenBSD’s De Raadt sings Stallman blues

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The OpenBSD team traditionally makes available a new song with each new release of its software. The songs, though often of dubious lyrical quality, typically embody the current thinking of the development team, in particular that of team leader Theo de Raadt.

In the past the songs have railed against proprietary software developers and corporates and the challenges they throw in the way of free software. This time, however, the target is the Free Software Foundation’s Richard Stallman.

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de Raadt ought to quit it

There might be an explanation for this, but he really should take responsibility for his actions.

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