Re: ISO turns evil?
K. Ari Krupnikov writes: > > (Remember, non-commercial use is not in question > > here, so Free software developers are immune to problems here.) > > "Free software" and "commercial software" are completely orthogonal > categories. Most software, Free, open source or proprietary, is > written with profit in mind. Red Hat sell commercial Free > software. "Free" refers to what customers are free to do with it, not > how much they pay. See  for an in-depth explanation and > examples. This is the classic free-as-in-beer vs. free-as-in-speech dichotomy. To give a second example, in FlightGear (GPL/LGPL) we are able to import freeware 3D aircraft models designed for Microsoft Flight Simulator, but most of the time they are useless to us because they are restricted to non-commerical use only. All the best, David
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