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From: Luke Francl <fran0382@tc.umn.edu>
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Subject: An Ode to RMS
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Hi Dr. Adler,

My name is Luke Francl. I'm a sophmore in CS at the University of
Minnesota. I'm just writing to tell you I enjoyed and appreciated your
"Ode To Richard Stallman" write up. I love reading about what rms says and
does because he's truly a man who stands up for what he believes in and
gives no quarter...And, personally, I think he's right. I don't know how
long it will take for Free Software to win, but I think it will eventually
because as long as there are people (like you and me and rms) who believe
in it, progress will be made. I hope to give back something to the GNU
project myself someday.

Unfortunately, your article just makes me want to meet rms even
more...Well, someday, I hope.

Thanks again, and good luck with the PHENIX :-)

Take care,