On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 03:25:21AM +0200, Christoph Anton Mitterer wrote: > On Sat, 2012-10-13 at 20:35 +0200, Wouter Verhelst wrote: [...] > > If anything, Ubuntu is > > gaining ground on non-free software. You can't be angry about that. > That's a tricky question... ask yourself what RMS would probably answer. He'd probably answer that ubuntu is more free than windows, and that that's therefore a good thing. But to be perfectly blunt, I don't give a rat's ass what RMS thinks. I'm not a member of the Church of Free Software, nor do I want to be. Debian is the club I'm a member of, and that's more than enough for me. > Making opensource more open for proprietary stuff is sometimes simply > necessary... but this may ultimately also become a big threat for the > free software world, namely then when that non-free stuff plays such an > important role that we couldn't get rid of it anymore. Ah, well, I think you misunderstood me here. What I meant is that ubuntu is gaining ground on things like Windows and MacOS. I didn't mean to refer to non-free software packaged with ubuntu, nor to non-free producers who support ubuntu. -- Copyshops should do vouchers. So that next time some bureaucracy requires you to mail a form in triplicate, you can mail it just once, add a voucher, and save on postage.
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