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Re: [address@hidden: Re: Free Software Logo -> Where does FSF go?]

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: [address@hidden: Re: Free Software Logo -> Where does FSF go?]
Date: Sun, 1 Nov 2020 15:22:13 +0300
User-agent: Mutt/+ (1036f0e) (2020-10-18)

* Adonay Felipe Nogueira via libreplanet-discuss 
<> [2020-11-01 15:08]:
> Em 01/11/2020 01:17, Richard Stallman escreveu:
> > That's not how it was, or is.  Copyright, patents and trademarks are
> > separate, unrelated issues.  I formed my views about them separately,
> > and reached a different conclusion about each one.
> To complement what Stallman just said, see [1] for the stroy unfolded,
> with details and chronological analysis of how the evolution of these
> terms relate (or not) to the goals of the free/libre software movement.
> In my opinion, I can draw from [1] that at the time of creation of the
> movement, copyright did not exist for software, and was/is not the goal
> to abolish it. The problem is that if copyright is abolished in the way
> it is now, free/libre software might lose as there is no guarantee that
> non-free ones will be freed.

If copyright would be abolished completely all software would be free
and people would not argue. Everybody would be friendly to each other
and sharing useful benefits. 

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