><Marvelous article that needs to be widely read.>
>Amen! Well said! I wonder if RMS realizes that many (most?)
>of his fellows in the free software world are actually
>_opposed_ to his goal of eliminating commercial software?
software or making a profit. I do think they are against software
hoarding through software patents and claims of ownership on look and
feel, however. Where would the unix community be if the guy who
invented the commandline interface decided to enforce his
look-and-feel patent ;)
Considering your opinions this is a rather big stretch of theQuote:>Hm. Let's say I were to create a handy piece of software
imagination don't you think? ;^)
Why bother with any licence if you're going to put it in the publicQuote:> which
>I wanted to put in the public domain.
domain? If however you want to make certain the current and all
future versions are freely available use the GPL or LGPL. That is
what they are for.
I wouldn't want to use Perl's artistic licence since it is associatedQuote:> I don't think I would
>want to use the GPL because it is confusing, connected with RMS
>ideology, and too restrictive. What should I use? Perl's
with Larry Wall. He must a have warped ideology -- just look at the
abomination of a language he created ;)
>Definitely not speaking for DigiCash
> + island Life in a chaos sea
>Not speaking for DigiCash or /.