[Gllug] I do not like this person

Axel Segebrecht axelslists at gardeneden.net
Sun Apr 14 17:30:56 UTC 2002

On Sunday, April 14, 2002, at 04:16 PM, Adrian McMenamin wrote:

> Since when was Linux "non commericial"? I used to write freeware for 
> Windows,
> did that make it non-commercial? No, obviously not.
> So why does the fact that many people - myself included - write free 
> (as in
> speech) software for Linux make it a non-commercial enterprise?

Ok, point taken. Sorry for not making myself clear on this.

I meant that most people in the OpenSouce/Linux community write software 
that is released under the GNUPL.

Commercial as in "you have to pay for it" (ie. M$ software).


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