On January 29, 2011 12:54:22 pm Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
Absolutely wrong. It is just a fact that you do not owe anything and are not
required to do anything besides adhere to the license. It is just a waste of
time to bother going through trying to be nice when so many people (like you
perhaps) react the wrong way. Just do what you want with the software and
forget all that childish crap.
> This battle has a long history. It's called "what can I get away
There is no socially correct behavior in FOSS aside from adhering to the
license. You, along with others, are just imagining there is.
FOSS is everywhere by people acting like me. Not every company or developer
that uses FOSS goes out of there way to thank the originators. They don't have
to. Yet at some point they contribute their work that may be built on previous
work. That is the thanks. So get a clue now and try to think beyond your ego.
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