[OSGeo-Discuss] Re: A reminder on terminology

2009-09-04 Thread René A. Enguehard
If you want to be even more granular, you can say closed source software as well. There does exist software which has a closed source but is not directly proprietary. For instance, parts of the QNX kernel code are not shown with the standard source code and to be able to view them you must

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Re: A reminder on terminology

2009-09-04 Thread Frank Warmerdam
René A. Enguehard wrote: If you want to be even more granular, you can say closed source software as well. There does exist software which has a closed source but is not directly proprietary. For instance, parts of the QNX kernel code are not shown with the standard source code and to be able