Or, you know, like someone who expects his software packages to be signed...
(And before you say anything, I don't think I have even been closed to an Arch package much less used the thing)
But choice does not mean that every piece of software has to provide you with every choice!
Gnome has decided where it wants to go. You may not like it, and you may surely choose to use something else which is moving in a direction you prefer. But Gnome is under absolutely no obligation to provide choices which go against what it thinks it should provide.
If you think the GPL is somehow related to all desktops environments providing all possible interaction option, you are seriously mistaken.
Well, I guess you somehow think Mubarak did not get support from you. Sure. Anyways, I'll see you in Santiago for the next time Chile remembers the US organized coup!
Well... It would be almost enough if you stopped working to worsen the situation in those other countries.
As for your second paragraph: I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about, sorry.
Research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing. -- Wernher von Braun