On 05.03.2010 12:45, Doug Rabson wrote:
On 5 Mar 2010, at 09:30, Alex Keda wrote:
On 05.03.2010 12:17, Robert Watson wrote:
consumers like Isilon, NetApp, Juniper, and many others
thus, it is not 'Free', this managed by 'consumers like Isilon, NetApp,
Juniper, and many others'?
It might be helpful to think of them as 'customers' who are using our 'product'
and paying for it by feeding back patches and employing FreeBSD developers.
Normal business practice doesn't include intentionally making your customers'
lives difficult - if you make a habit of it they tend to go elsewhere.
It seems to me, business and freedom - are mutually exclusive things.
or you can choose the path of development, or who pays - giver commands
no freedom there.
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