One response to “GPL FUD”

  1. Paul

    That is a terrible essay. It lacks form. The author is upset about something, begins rationally enough, but by the end it becomes name-calling and mud-slinging. It really gets bad after “Without singling out any application…”. Stop being a wimp, Chris; name one. I know that there are bad GPL applications, but I can also think of bad proprietary applications (I know you are thinking of Windows 95, so I won’t mention it). That paragraph is pointless.

    My biggest complaint is lack of grammatical awareness. Peppered with contractions, colloquialisms (“suffice it to say”), and improperly placed apostrophes, this essay is annoying to read. Sentence fragments.

    That was a dumb essay. Thanks for posting it, Chad. I feel better about myself.

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