press release critique
jan at intevation.de
Thu May 3 08:03:51 UTC 2001
On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 06:03:40AM +0200, Frank Heckenbach wrote:
> To make up an example, say you could work for a commercial company
> that produces some free software (maybe only free software, but
> maybe it also makes some proprietary software), and you could be
> hacking your favourite projects in the evenings. Or you could reject
> the job (because you don't like the combination of free software and
> money), work as a taxi driver or something, and only hack in the
> evenings. So, which one would be more beneficial for the total
> amount of free software being written? Which one would be more fun
> to you (supposing you like coding more than driving ;-)?
actually, the ideal software economy will consist of
companies that do exclusively Free Software services.
Perhaps this goal should be a part in the FSFE vision?
Jan-Oliver Wagner http://intevation.de/~jan/
Intevation GmbH http://intevation.de/
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