Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Stallman: Free software is matter of good vs. evil
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | "I'm neither for nor against selling copies of software," he said.
Yeah, let's go and try to find a fool who will buy some free
!Proprietary (read: FSF blessed Guh-NÜ-sense et al like not for
royalties) software without hooks akin to Red Hat's like freedom
to be audited. Naked copies (aka material objects under 17 US 109)
alone aside for a moment. BTW, can someone send me a copy ready
for installation of Red Hat's * (whatever relatively new) Linux?
TIA. (Warning: beware of Red Hat's legal beagles.)
> | "The question of money is secondary.
As long as RMS and the gang has enough of donations and/or what
not (that what the gang makes the living from).
> There is no conflict between
> | free software and capitalism."
"I tend toward the left-wing anarchist idea", and to LinuxWorld Today
he said "I am a sort of combination between a liberal and a leftist
anarchist." Yeah right, no conflict at all.
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