Windows will beat Linux threat, say academics

The researchers admit that the formal economic model they've constructed
is highly simplified, and may not reflect important factors that exist
in the real world.

One issue they're planning to research in the future, for example, is
the mysterious incentive to contribute to open source in the first
place. "The economic approach may shed light on why supposedly rational
individuals are willing to spend valuable time and effort without
extrinsic, financial incentives," the researchers said.

Only an economist could ponder why people might do something for
anything other than money.

é a ideologia, estúpido!

Dennis S. Faria escreveu:
> Estudo polêmico diz que pirataria de software favorece Windows
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