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adventuredesign, August 3, 2005 in General and Gameplay Programming
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Quote:All profits would be invested back into the non-profit's projects.
Quote:Original post by Michael TanczosIE 7 thus far looks disappointing..
Quote:Commercial software is generally better than open source software for a reason.
Quote:Original post by konForceQuote:Commercial software is generally better than open source software for a reason.That's actually a nonsensical statement, because open source isn't the opposite of commercial. I would say that Firefox is a commercial, open source browser; whereas IE is a commercial, closed source browser.I agree that commercial software is generally better than non-commercial software for the reasons you mentioned. (Perhaps this is really what you meant.) However, I would say that open source commercial software is generally better than closed source commercial software. In terms of this post: by commercial, I mean you are getting paid to work; by non-commercial, I mean it is volunteer work.I don't believe this Mozilla move really will bring any noticeable changes about. It sounds like it's just something to help them accept money while still living by the law.
Quote:Original post by FuzztrekQuote:Original post by Michael TanczosIE 7 thus far looks disappointing..You can say that again. I have to wonder what Microsoft was thinking, not having an IE team active for 3 years..
Quote:Original post by FuzztrekYou can say that again. I have to wonder what Microsoft was thinking, not having an IE team active for 3 years..
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