Hi,
Exactly, and after the software market collapsed no one would be willing to become a programmer. There would be no money in it. They may as well be a lawyer, doctor, or something else. They'd make more money at Wal-Mart as a checkout clerk than they would doing programming if everything was licensed under the General Public License.


Munawar Bijani wrote:
No, because then we'd be making no money off of it and the market would just collapse.

Munawar A. Bijani


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