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Zone-H: GNU--A Virtual Communist Manifesto

Jan 13, 2006, 00:15 (24 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mohit Joshi)

"The software so developed came to be known as proprietary software. The rights for development, debugging, improvement and distribution were reserved with the developers. So the development company would hire the best brains it could get and develop or maintain its software. The improvements carried out were released as different versions that were named/numbered accordingly. Mergers and acquisitions were also common and in some cases were part of expansion and improvement policy.

"If you are a capitalist (like me) all this will seem very normal and productive to you..."

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