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Comment: Re:"should public domain information be free?" (Score 1) 449

by l3pYr (#11683351) Attached to: Dvorak on Google and Wikipedia
I stand corrected as well. I do believe that F/OSS (as I will write it correctly frow now on) can be grouped together as part of the intellectual property revolution which is currently taking place, however, I now understand their differences as well. I still stand firmly behind my opinion that successful commercial F/OSS projects are vital to the lives of both the individual movements as well as the greater revolution, but it doesn't appear that you were trying to argue that point as the GP did. I thank you for pointing out my erroneous generalization and politely re-educating me.

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