On Tue, 7 Feb 2006, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> No, I only assume that there is less value in the software than the
> value in whatever it is that makes them want to use DRM.
Normalise value of the lower value to 0, same difference. :)
>> The other possibility is that the embedded-app maker decides that
>> going with the GPLv3 software has more value than going with DRM.
>> Well so far, based on the real-world usages, that doesn't seem very
There isn't much GPLv3 software out there, so indeed. :)
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