Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 21st Mar 2007 16:44 UTC, submitted by diegocg
Linux LWN writes about a InformationWeek interview to Linus Torvalds: "Finally, the real basic issue is that I think the Free Software Foundation simply doesn't have goals that I can personally sign up to. For example, the FSF considers proprietary software to be something evil and immoral. Me, I just don't care about proprietary software. It's not 'evil' or 'immoral', it just doesn't matter. I think that Open Source can do better, and I'm willing to put my money where my mouth is by working on Open Source, but it's not a crusade - it's just a superior way of working together and generating code."
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ichi
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2007-03-06

Not the same at all: opening your computer's box, and even moving some of it's components to another computer, might render your warranty void but it's still legal.
It's a condition on the warranty, not a license for the use of the computer.

Doing the same with propietary software, on the other hand, might take you to the courts.

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