More than 80 Debian developers have already signed the letter as of this writing, which, as iTWire reported on Wednesday, was a reaction to Stallman reinstating himself on the board on 19 March, during the FSF's annual LibrePlanet conference.
Stallman stepped down from the post of FSF president in 2019, following controversy over remarks he made about the victims of the late Jeffrey Epstein, an American financier and convicted sex offender.
The Debian resolution, proposed by Steve Langasek, who codes for both Debian and Ubuntu, calls for the project to sign the letter as one unit.
"This is a proposal for Debian to sign on to the statement, by adopting the text from that open letter via general resolution."
Another developer, Louis-Philippe Véronneau, said he was happy to sponsor the resolution, and was seconded by Joerg Jaspert. Also seconding the resolution were former Debian leaders Steve McIntyre and Sam Hartman, and developers Nicolas Dandrimont, Colin Tuckley and Paul Tagliamonte.
A number of organisations have already signed on as such, including the GNOME Foundation, Mozilla, the Tor Project and the X.org Foundation.
At the time of writing, a total of 1708 individuals have also signed the letter in their individual capacities.
Well-known security practitioner Katie Moussouris, the chief executive and founder of Luta Security, was one of the first to call out Stallman on Tuesday.