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Re(3): The day of the Linux desktop

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on November 11, 2007 04:29 PM
"Software freedom" is not important to me. I know about 4 rules of FSF, but I don't agree with them. They are not good for me.

In fact I believe that the term "Software Freedom" has no real meaning, so I substitute it with "GNU/Freedom" as opposite to true freedom.

I am not C/C++ programmer, which means that majority of the "free" code is inaccessible to me just as if it was kept secret by vendor. As for code in other languages, most of the time I don't have time to study and modify code written by someone else. Have you ever tried it ? Either it works, or I have to look for something else.


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