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  1. Hoodlum, if any successful hybrid project would...

    Hoodlum, if any successful hybrid project would become entirely proprietary, why hasn't OS X become entirely proprietary? Your ridiculous assertion is so damn funny because we have empirical proof...
  2. Hoodlum, it would be a waste of time to debunk...

    Hoodlum, it would be a waste of time to debunk every fallacy in your post, so I'll just hit the ones that stood out. If a hybrid source vendor has a contract with a customer saying they have to...
  3. Wyatt, sorry to hear anything above a fifth-grade...

    Wyatt, sorry to hear anything above a fifth-grade level hurts your mind. :) If you actually read the thread, I already gave proof of two hybrid models that have done great in the past, Ghostscript...
  4. kraftman, hilarious how you just repeat what I...

    kraftman, hilarious how you just repeat what I said back at me like a little kid, so when I say "you're wrong because of A, B, and C", you simply respond with "No, you're wrong!" :) Actually it's...
  5. kraftman, wow, the stupidity of your arguments...

    kraftman, wow, the stupidity of your arguments plus the constant repetition of arguments I've already debunked is breathtaking. Keep making these idiotic arguments, because you really make the GPL...
  6. monraaf, that's a silly argument. I could...

    monraaf, that's a silly argument. I could equally well say it's all non-GPL code like Apache and lighttpd and X11 that is keeping linux alive. Linux takes a lot of code from BSDs (just like the...
  7. Apopas, linux is not that successful on servers...

    Apopas, linux is not that successful on servers either, there were 3.5 Windows servers sold for every one linux server late last year. Now I imagine that doesn't include people who buy a bunch of...
  8. kraftman, there is probably no point in arguing...

    kraftman, there is probably no point in arguing with an unthinking GPL zealot like yourself, but I enjoy demolishing dumb arguments like yours so I will. What exactly does GPL fit the best? All the...
  9. danwood76, linux has negligible desktop market...

    danwood76, linux has negligible desktop market share, every company that has tried to get into that market has got out of it or dropped off: linspire, xandros, mandriva, the list goes on and on. The...
  10. kraftman, I wrote a concise economic analysis of...

    kraftman, I wrote a concise economic analysis of why open source fails in my last comment and all you want to do is blather about your definitions of freedom and anarchy. The GPL is a choice? So is...
  11. kraftman, "true freedom" has rules? What a joke,...

    kraftman, "true freedom" has rules? What a joke, that's what those who are trying to steal power by setting those "rules" always say. The GPL and communism may not be exactly the same, but both...
  12. Some more responses: beniwtv, it's funny how...

    Some more responses:

    beniwtv, it's funny how dummies think that simply using the word fail is an argument. :) Obviously the older closed patches won't be as useful, but the idea is to fund...
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    I'm the guy behind that subscription model for...

    I'm the guy behind that subscription model for Chromium on FreeBSD: please try reading the actual report, rather than responding to a brief summary. The patches are continually made available to...
  14. I wrote the original article, I thought I'd...

    I wrote the original article, I thought I'd respond to some of the misguided comments I'm seeing here.

    eikenberry, Where will the customers come from? You ever heard of the internet? If you...
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