The Pragmatism of Free Software Idealism

Posted by zigzag on Mar 25, 2011 2:15 PM EDT
Heise; By Richard Hillesley
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In the beginning, the idea that software should be free was deemed unrealistic and laughable, and then unworkable. Now, for the most part, it is deemed acceptable and desirable – not just as a workable approach to writing software, but as a means of writing better software.

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