@@ 69,7 69,7 @@ interest to break my program. GNU wants us to write programs for GNU.
A proliferation of programs that only work under GNU makes it more attractive to
install GNU, and less attractive to install alternatives. There may have been
historical reasons for this, GNU's not UNIX after all, but our software should
be better. We should expect to be able use more programs in more environnments
be better. We should expect to be able use more programs in more environments
without modifications. A free program is strictly better than a proprietary one
as it can be modified to run in a different environment, but not everyone can do
that, and those users deserve to be able to use software as they like as well.