Twisting the Meaning of 'Free'
Aug 07, 2007, 00:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"According to CESC Ltd chief information officer Subroto Das,
'There is nothing called free software.' I beg to differ.
"In an article titled, Free software wars re-ignite (warning:
many pop-ups), Indranil Chakraborty writes about the continuing war
between the Free/Open Source Software movement and the non-free
software camp. It really has not re-ignited; it continues. The Free
Software movement has not stopped fighting for two seconds. The war
may enter new domains and encompass and ever-growing number of
organizations and people. But it has not stopped, not even for a
breather. Even so, the focus of this article is not whether the
wars have re-ignited, but the value of Free Software..."