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RE: Silly...
by ichi on Fri 9th Mar 2007 20:51 UTC in reply to "Silly..."
ichi
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2007-03-06

So hmm... wtf are you talking about?

Getting paid for your work has nothing to with whether you code open or propietary code.
Do you really think the linux kernel coders work for free? Get a clue.

As for communism in OSS: 70's called, they want their anti-communist FUD back.

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