On Thu, 17 Jul 2008 05:31:15 +0800, Morton Harrow said:
I see with pain in my heart that the GPLv3 doesn't actually give the
users of GPLv3 software the liberty and freedom the FSF has been
fighting for. Instead they are forced to play by the strict set of
terms the GPLv3 provides.
You missed an important philosophical point. In Richard Stallman's world view,
it isn't the user's freedoms that matter, it's the *software*s freedom.
I don't think it is that bad - the intent is for the software to be
freely available for *people* to use. It is actually about our freedom.
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