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    I don’t support the FSF when so much of their income ends up in the pockets of lawyers and not with programmers.

    I find that point incredibly weird. Most of the FSFs work is policy work and is legal counsel to programmers doing open source.

    You might not agree with what they do, but yes, that’s mostly the place where lawyers are appropriate.

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      And the SFLC is not the FSF.

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        Software may be free, but laws cost good money! 8)

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        1. I do not support piracy and theft of people’s work under any title - the ‘right to read’ is propaganda. People do have creative rights and taking credit for what other people have done makes you a creep.

        “Right to Read” is here, FYI: https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/right-to-read.html