ben at ekran.org
Tue Aug 16 17:45:19 CEST 2005
If it was so easy to draw the line between free and non-free then things
like the LGPL would not have any purpose. I think we're going to have to
deal with commercial/free hybrids, which is not at all bad as long as
the hybrids highlight and promote the free parts...
Seems like Darwin and Apple are not playing nice lately.
Yes, I'm bringing the powerbook to piksel, and not lugging my
Marc Lavallée wrote:
> Le 16 Août 2005 11:15, 220hex a écrit :
>>Monday 15 August 2005 01:20, skrev Yves Degoyon:
>>>>Mathieu Bouchard a écrit :
>>>>>Hey, anyone here going to Piksel'05 ?
>>>don't forget they're extremists and can't stand any windows users ))
>>total bollocks ;)
>>we might well be extremists, but windows is accepted as well as OSX, as
>>long as the user-space apps is open-source.
> It'a getting difficult to draw a line between the user-space apps and the
> root-space os. Using "open source" (I prefer the term free) on non-free
> platforms is one way to promote freedom for users, but it's far from
> enough. The first words on the Piksel web site are:
> "Piksel is a yearly event for artists and developers working
> with Free Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) for realtime processing of
> video and sound." Since Windows and OSX are non-free softwares, the Piksel
> people should logically be extreme extremists... ;-)
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