Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Aug 2005 20:15 UTC, submitted by SQwerl
FreeBSD "The objective of this whitepaper is to explain some of the features and benefits provided by FreeBSD, and where applicable, compare those features to Linux. This paper provides a starting point for those interested in exploring open source alternatives to Linux."
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by corentin on Fri 12th Aug 2005 06:36 UTC
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Moulinneuf: if someone use BSD-licensed code in a closed source program, the developers do not lose anything (information is duplicated but not destroyed). Instead, they can win big (information is created). The user often contributes back bug reports (or fixes) or even whole new subsystems (e.g. the netgraph framework).

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