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____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Saturday 03 Jul 2010 13:54 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz stopped playing his vuvuzela long enough to say:
>>> Thanks to Free software, I no longer care about the "feature matrix".
>> Still, proprietary software imposes artificial limitations and prevents
>> even a programmer from running his/her own program. It's a real problem to
>> curators too.
Yeah, like those who might want to run these programs in the future (for access to
data or just runtime). The British Library/National Archives have had such problems
~~ Best of wishes
"I can't see any data coming out of this Tolkien Ring card."
"Well of course not, it confers invisibility." -- Anthony de Boer
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