Re: non-free and users?
"Sergey V. Spiridonov" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You misunderstood.
> Creating, using, distributing non-free does not make you immideately
> non-ethical. It does not make you non-ethical later. It just compel you
> to act non-ethical later, not always and not necesserelly.
> One who make an ethical action and non-ethical later reduce the amount
> of good he does (by the amount of bad). By stopping to distribute
> non-free we will not increase amount of good. We will decrease the
> amount of bad.
In this case, I clearly disagree with you. By stopping to distribute
non-free we will decrease the amount of good, and so act non-ethical.