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
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http://kerishars.blog.comTruly when someone doesn't know afterward its up to other visitors that they will assist, so here it happens.
12/05/14 @ 05:19

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