On 6/5/11 6:14 PM, Jim Jagielski wrote:
It is, agreed. Maybe I am just somewhat of an optimist
that I believe even pure idealogical stakeholders can find
common ground and that nothing is "inevitable".
Hi Jim, I have posted a message on the general@incubator mailing list,
but I haven't seen it going through, where I was trying to point out
that no one has got the end user POV.
I'm first and foremost an end user, so I'm not concerned about the
license as far this doesn't allow corporations like IBM to keep their
predatory attitude vs end users.
So, my stance for copyleft is very practical: proprietary software
predates basic end users, like myself, obfuscating problems and code,
and I think that the only way to avoid this is to force corporations to
use copyleft (I know, they'll never accept, but at ths point I prefer
them to pay for all the development and related activities).
No ideology here, just a weak individual (like many) against a borg.
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