said by Maxo:
1) To put it somewhat bluntly, the only way for a GNU project to be a
leader in its field is to _ignore_ whatever recommendations come from
I tend to agree with that first point. I use open source because it is good and useful. I have tended to prefer BSD style licenses. There are too many quasi-religious overtones to the Stallman way.
On the other hand, I do see some value in his attempts to protect open source from patent trolls.
I can't comment on the second point, as I am too much an outsider.
On the third point, I never saw the GNU label as especially valuable.--
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