Am 30.08.2013 00:08, schrieb Erik Moeller:
lack of compatibility with other licenses
good luck with using GPL-code in a BSD-project, or CC-text in GFDL-document.
Mixing licenses are problematic most times, no matter if
open-source-ones or proprietary ones.
And Wikimedia was not founded ON free-software, but WITH free-software –
because it was the cheapest solution. Or does somebody think we hadn’t
use MySQL if it would have been only gratis and not open-source?
And bitkeeper is very good example: Was the Linux-kernel unfreeer than
today? No it was not. It doesn’t matter what tools you use to create
free content. „Entscheidend ist, was hinten raus kommt.“.
(A funny fact is that Merlissimo and I use Thunderbird on Linux (free
software on a free OS), while Ryan and Erik use Google mail (a gratis
and non-open-source web-service)…).