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SubjectRe: Why is Nvidia given GPL'd code to use in closed source drivers?
You don't understand "free" in this context. You're talking about free as 
in price, we're talking about free as in freedom.

Educate yourself, then come back and discuss freedom.

On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, Andrew Walrond wrote:

> Yes but....
>
> I develop computer games. The last one I did took a team of 35 people 2
> years and cost $X million to develop.
>
> Please explain how I could do this as free software, while still feeding
> my people? Am I a bad person charging for my work?
>
> Really - I want to understand so I too can join this merry band of happy
> people giving everything away for free!
>
> Andrew
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