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Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Strange News this week
From: "Paul Robert Marino"
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well Frankly the whole open source thing came out of our own comunity. right or wrong it is actualy is serving a purpose in the long run as a steping stone to free spaech software to companies that would not otherwise consider it.
I'm personaly happy that VMware has GPLed most of their code. VMWare tried the open source thing first and has now turned to GPL for 95% of their code base. The progress is slow and may not be happening in the interum the way we would like it, however I would rather a slow change that gets the results we want then a quick bang that results in the long term as free speach software being nothing more than a historical foot note.
From: Ron Guerin
Subj: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Strange News this week
Date: Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:33 pm
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Ruben Safir wrote:
> What would be interesting is if MS and Google end up in a OS war moving
> increasingly closer to GPLed software for greater market shares. Not
I'm thinking more along the lines of deja vu when Apple came out with
their BSD kerneled OS. That was supposed to be great for "us",
remember? I'm not sure how having vast numbers of former Free Software
users/developers running Quartz/OS X has helped us. I must have missed
that memo. Hopefully I'll get the one they send out for the