Re: Is Windows bad?
Exactly. It's about the intent behind the software. I remember several years ago when somebody put out a Linux script that would delete your root partition. If you don't know how to read the code, or you don't take the time to do it, it doesn't matter if it's open source. Obviously, it doesn't last as long because someone will see it, but the fact that it was open source doesn't make it inherently good or moral. On the other hand, we have proprietary software, like e-Sword, where the author wanted people to be able to study the Bible without having to pay top dollar for professional software.
Originally Posted by buzzingrobot
It's not as much about the license as the intent behind the license.
Lol. But it's not any different in Linux with people blindly entering their root password without even really caring what they are doing.
Originally Posted by CharlesA
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