Rant on BSD vs GPL was [Good ol' BSD vs. GPL]
rysiek at hackerspace.pl
Sun Jan 11 22:22:51 PST 2015
Dnia niedziela, 11 stycznia 2015 19:41:44 Juan pisze:
> On Sun, 11 Jan 2015 23:09:41 +0100
> rysiek <rysiek at hackerspace.pl> wrote:
> > Dnia niedziela, 11 stycznia 2015 18:34:24 Juan pisze:
> > > > I would say: that individuals should have the right to use their
> > > > *tools* however they like, including fixing them, modifying them
> > > > and helping their neighbours by lending them.
> > >
> > > Which boils down to : this is my stuff - I do with it
> > >
> > > whatever I want.
> > So, if I write a program, whose "stuff" is it? Mine? Yours if you're
> > using it? the "boils down to" is a bit simplified, isn't it.
> I was referring to physical property - computer hardware in this
> case. Again, the argument is that since people own the hardware
> they should control it (otherwise they don't really own it).
Hence we agree (and Stallman, too).
> If you write a program you are the author. You can keep it
> secret but you can't prevent people from copying it/using it
> if you somehow make it public. As to who 'owns' it, the
> question doesn't make much sense because, again, intellectual
> 'property' doesn't really work liky physical property.
So again, agreed. :)
Michał "rysiek" Woźniak
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