Reader’s Take on Microsoft Open Source

Posted by schestowitz on Dec 13, 2008 12:24 AM EDT
BoycottNovell; By Roy Schestowitz
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Microsoft never utters the phrase “ Free Software”. Microsoft tries to obliterate the meaning of “ Free Software” as in fighting-for-freedom- and-against-monopolisation- of-knowledge-software (remember the distasteful comments of Bill Hilf, one of Microsoft executives, saying “ Free Software doesn’ t exist in 2007″ , there is no such thing as a free lunch, and etc ad nauseam) and instead substitute it by the much-easier-to-tame “ Open Source” phrase, which they promote for everyone to embrace, without any ethical implication whatsoever which must represent just a way of developing software and monetizing it.

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