Quoting Matthew French (mfrench42 at yahoo.co.uk):
> I think this very clearly illustrates the difference between GPL/Open
> Source code and commercial software.
It couldn't possibly -- in as much as GPL/open source software can be
the subject of commerce, and thus be by definition commercial.
I believe you mean to contrast open source with _proprietary_ software.
> I believe there is a place for commercial software, and a place for GPL
And for software that is both at the same time. ;-> (I assume you _also_
don't disapprove of proprietary software.)
Rick Moen Emacs is a decent operating system,
rick at linuxmafia.com but it still lacks a good text editor.
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