Euro, is very spendable, mostly stable.
Then you've never watched it's 25%+ fluctuations up and down over the last 10 years.
You can't measure the stability of a currency just by comparing it to your own currency. If we followed that line of reasoning, the only stable currency to you would be one which is pegged to the US Dollar. The price of one Euro fluctuates if you measure it in Dollars, yes, but that does not speak against the stability of the Euro more than it does against the stability of the Dollar.
They are using git, so this is "I'm not pulling changes from you" instead.
Link to Original Source
I see dropbox still tries to mislead people into thinking their client is Free (and according to you, succeeds in it). Their website weasels around the subject but the truth is that only the small piece that integrates with the file manager is open source and the actual client is not.
Exactly. This is from the nautilus-dropbox Debian package available in non-free:
Installing this package will download the proprietary dropbox binary from dropbox.com.
That's far from being free software, unfortunately.