Tomorrow's War: Why FOSS Needs to Change its Views of Apple
Sep 03, 2008, 22:02 (7 Talkback[s])
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"...the fact that the borrowing is legal in both cases shouldn't
mitigate the violation of the community's ethos of sharing.
Moreover, as John Sullivan, operations manager for the Free
Software Foundation, points out, the cryptographically signed
software installation on the iPhone is a form of digital rights
management that prevents the modification or sharing of apps that
are part of the basic definition of FOSS."