Mostly free software...
"The interesting thing is that, on a list for kernel hackers who
intend to use the system, nobody really cares all that much. Even
members of the OSI board have posted there, saying that the license is
a good one, and that the lack of the "Open Source" designation should
not be a problem. BitKeeper is free enough for that crowd, and they
tend to be pretty fussy on these things."
David N. Welton | Fortune rota volvitur - descendo minoratus
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http://www.efn.org/~davidw | rex sedet in vertice - caveat ruinam!
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