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Re: Were Intellectual Property to be abolished altogether, would you or

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: Were Intellectual Property to be abolished altogether, would you or FSF support it?
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2021 08:27:14 +0000

Beside you can make bylaws, or resolution or policies

On July 13, 2021 7:32:48 AM UTC, Paul Sutton via libreplanet-discuss 
<> wrote:
>On 13/07/2021 08:18, Federico Leva (Nemo) wrote:
>> Il 13/07/21 00:37, Yasuaki Kudo ha scritto:
>>> In a worker cooperative, there is one-person-one-vote democracy.  So
>>> cannot just dictate that the Software Licensing we use will be GPL.
>> You can if you put it in the articles of incorporation or bylaws 
>> (depending on your jurisdiction).
>> Federico
>With that sort of set up surely what you can do is present a strong 
>argument not just ethically but also financially and technically for 
>using free software, cite some good examples of where it has proven to 
>be effective.  Ideally that people can related to.
>The internet runs on free software (well mostly) for example.
>Libreoffice documentation is coming along nicely, which helps, do not 
>assume people can simply pick up some software and just use it without 
>help.  In some cases are even just able to search and find the right 
>I think the idea of platform coops is something I suggested on social 
>hub as a way to expend the fediverse, as in more people running their 
>own server or have small groups doing so. They like the idea we, as
>free software we need some sort of critical mass using it.


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