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  • #51
    Originally posted by aht0 View Post
    I am curious if you'd retain that opinion when it comes to somebody else using hardware some 'Your Service(TM)' is based on. Especially when your business model is built on primarily selling that service and you are selling client-side hardware (that would enable your subscribers to use your service) at a loss or breaking-even level. You'd have ZERO interest in allowing that hardware to be "open", whatever some marxist "I want it all"-wannabe revolutionaries think.
    Maybe not, but it's not the mission of the kernel developers to protect proprietary business models.

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    • #52
      Originally posted by rlkrlk View Post
      Maybe not, but it's not the mission of the kernel developers to protect proprietary business models.
      What is kernel developers "mission"? Majority of distros are slaves to the IBM/RH whims nowadays.

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