Re: How does Richard Stallman browse the internet?
Do you mean a balance of the two (as we arguably have now,) or another kind of software that rides the line between them? I'd argue that Android, and increasingly the mobile aspects of Ubuntu, are striking a good space in being both commercial products and open source technologies. Ubuntu, I think, more so, because unlike Android, they're leveraging open source code while doing "proprietary" development on code that eventually (unlike Chrome's, incidentally) gets released as FOSS. In any case, that sort of arrangement can mean getting the good bits of being an open source project while maintaining a competitive edge in little ways. Do you think there's a way that projects like them could (or should) go further in a commercial, pseudo-proprietary direction?
Last edited by Copper Bezel; June 13th, 2013 at 12:22 PM.
I know I shouldn't use tildes for decoration, but they always make me feel at home~