Thus spoke John P. Looney:
> myself. It should be illegal to provide software without source code, I
> Bernstein's Qmail) should be beaten up too. Repeatedly. Maybe change the
> law, so crap code can't be release ;-P
Sad to read that coming from you, Kate... While we're changing the law, why
not enact mandatory pr0n filtering / key escrow / censorship (oops, we have
that here already...) / etc.
Which ties in with RMS and freedom how?
If you don't like someone's source code or the lack thereof you'll always
be *free* not to use it...
> And, it's looking more and more like non-free stuff is too restrictive
> for non-standard companies or individuals that do something different from
> the lowest common denominator.
Which I've seen being true for free / open source software as well.
Whatever does the job best with the least hassle, gets to do it. I've a NOC
to run. No time for politics.
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