On Mon, 8 Aug 2005, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> kae verens wrote:
> > Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> >> I note Nokia has a new totally Open Source phone based on Linux coming
> >> out soon...
:> > That's interesting.
> > Does that mean that at some point, I may be able to tinker with the code
> > of whatever phone I've bought? There are quite a few things I'd like to
> > do differently on my own phone if I was able to.
> > It's not a non sequitur if I buy the phone /because/ I'm able to tinker
> > with it if I want.
>> Aside from the 0.005% of people who buy a phone to tinker with it
Oh, but if 0.005% tinkers and 0.0001% actually makes something work that
the masses find useful (e.g roaming WiFi VoIP), then expect a lot more
Free software gives you the freedom to:
* F orward copies to anyone
* R un the program
* E xamine the source code
* E nhance the source code
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