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Re: [ox-en] Peer-to-peer Electricity and p2p theory [u]


4 days ago george wrote:
On 26 Sep 2005, at 7:37 AM, martin hardie wrote:
I have found your stuff useful in the past so I will go and look at
the links. Iam glad that you recognise that P2P is productive of
capitalism. This is what I have been finding as I look at the history
of both unix and linux. But it is hard to do this if one is stuck in
the logic of free as in freedom

Again, maybe I'm just a newcomer to this list, but from discussions I have
had over the past years with several people on the list it occured to me
that none is "stuck in the logic of free as in freedom". Aside from RMS's
conscious and understandable choice of liberal rhetoric, FREE SOFTWARE IS
INDEED FREE BEER. And that is, partly, why free software is subversive.

Free Software is even more "free" than free beer: It has actually no
(exchange) value. Check

I wonder where Martin and Geert have their wisdom from...

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