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SubjectRe: Why is Nvidia given GPL'd code to use in closed source drivers?
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Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org> writes:

>There is no such thing as an open source community. The people who
>founded the open source movement in 1998, and the people who support
>it now, are part of the free software community. (We in the free

Open Source != Free Software. Else Microsoft would be part of the
"free software community", because they open up their sources, too.

There is "free software (free as in free beer)" which is not open
sourced.

As you build most of your assumptions on this, this is where you whole
logic breaks down.

Regards
Henning


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