> From: tim hall [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
I'm seeing "open source" and copylefted "free" stuff as two different creatures. When I think of "open source" I think of a totally open source... no licenses whatsoever. "Free" is a different matter entirely.
> > } the whole thing tick and even worth using at all (ignoring the wonderful
You choose to do something one way so everyone else has to do things the same way?
We do differ on that. That makes no sense to me whatsoever.
> expectation is likely to lead to disappointment is something for that
We have no perfect freedoms. All freedoms are matter of balances. That's life.
> can only attempt to agree on best practice. Personally, I believe that there
Usually closer to %20. It depends on the service and the servers apparent need. I have tipped up to 30-40 percent. I'm really not sure what this has to do with anything though.
> Most of my life I've been a drongo musician, that is people are very keen to
I'm familiar with Marx. I'm familiar with the concept of the "ownership of the means of production." I'm not quite sure what this has to do with life in a capitalist society. It does make for lovely discussion fodder... I think it's probably important to be able to distinguish between the rhetoric and reality.
> I don't think my position is terribly different from most others on this list
That freedom of choice is what I'm thinking to preserve. ...And what you say above that you want to deny others.
How do you justify denying others the same rights that you have?
> It's an interesting discussion point, but fundamentally I don't think anything