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Re: Is it a goal of the "Free" software movement to destroy easy sources
Re: Is it a goal of the "Free" software movement to destroy easy sources of income?
Thu, 17 Jan 2008 00:12:23 +0100
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mike3 <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I noticed this old post here:
> "Stallman does not care about
> business. But others do. "Open Source" has been one way to sell
> corporations their own downfall in a veiled manner. It has taken a
> brutal but effective toll on stock market and the corporations. Free
> Software is nothing that you can easily profit from. But it is
> something that will prevail. "
> Does this mean that one of the goals of Free software is to destroy
> software as a source of money, hence requiring people to resort to
> other forms of business to obtain money that might be much more
> difficult to start up? (hence limiting them to only people _born_ into
> Or am I just too paranoid or way off base in my interpretations here?
I am nobody's speaker or leader, so there is nothing to be gained from
assigning an interpretation to my words.
David Kastrup, Kriemhildstr. 15, 44793 Bochum
Re: Is it a goal of the "Free" software movement to destroy easy sources of income?, Rui Miguel Silva Seabra, 2008/01/17
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