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Comment: The case of Profit. (Score 1) 770

by Opnosforatou (#7637925) Attached to: McBride's New Open Letter on Copyrights
As stated in the first rule of Acquisition: Profit above all. McBride sounds like he's from Ferenginar. The only reason to this is: to get is pockets full of cash, nothing more. It drips and drools from this publication. You clearly see a misformed picture being drawn as: we are copyright owners, we are the democratics and you, you are communist since the code belongs to the common people. Both protected and open source can coexist. SCO knows it willingly contributed code to the open-source community and now tries to find a way to collect on that 'mistake' . An Idea: A hostile take over of sco by IBM ..

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