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Richard Stallman believes all software should be free. Linus Thorvalds thinks it is fine that some software is free, but not necessarily that all software should be free.  
habj is a Swedish wiki person who [ can be found at a couple of wikipedias]. Haven't really had the time for this recently, but I'm coming back.
This project has developed in directions I don't like. From the start, it was obvious that the Free Software Foundation was somewhat of a model, but the Definition has grown more extreme in this sense. The way the definition stands now, you can hardly be active on this website and then publish a book in a regular publishing house, the "common" way. So I'm off.
* [[User:Habj/Translator questions 1.0|Translator questions 1.0.]]
* [[Definition/Et]] - interesting layout of translation page

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