Comment from: Robin Smidsrød [Member] Email
Udo: I'm glad you share my points of view. If you know anyone in the OSI, or can get in touch with them, I would be interested to hear what they have to say on the subject matter.
02/25/13 @ 15:55
Comment from: Juan Carlos [Visitor]
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Juan CarlosI understand your point.

But this isn't the same case of red hat/centos? One commercial and the other open source?

04/07/13 @ 02:44
Comment from: Robin Smidsrød [Member] Email
@Juan: No, it's not the same at all. The Open Source Initiative says that an OSI-approved license must be open to all fields of endeavour (which means you can use it commercially). Creative Commons Non-Commercial fails that point. See more details on http://opensource.org/osd.
04/09/13 @ 18:15
Comment from: Enrique [Visitor]
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EnriqueWhen I initially commented I clicked the "Notify me when new comments are added" checkbox
and now each time a comment is added I get several e-mails with the same
comment. Is there any way you can remove people from that service?
Thanks a lot!
09/01/14 @ 08:17
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what are social networksIf you use another email program or search program,
see if you can do something similar with what you use.

Cannot allow the instant we expend on social media marketing take sucked out
of. When you look at the advertisements worldwide, some sort of electrical power was gradually
shifting during persuasive copy, on interesting media
writing like graphics to video, which is why Pinterest seems to be
therefore good.
09/04/14 @ 20:29

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