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Re: A Tale of Two Licenses 3  hairyfeet   2011-09-01 20:40:52 
Re: On Slashdot's Lost Taco and Apple's Big Turnover 2  hairyfeet   2011-08-31 00:20:00 
Re: Are Ubuntu's Glory Days Over? 13  jescott418   2011-08-30 16:48:49 
Re: As Linux Turns 20, Hopes and Wishes for Its Next 20 Years 3  hairyfeet   2011-08-27 02:31:01 
Re: It's a Roll of the Dice for Linux Game Makers 4  JoelLi   2011-08-24 14:44:32 
Re: A Big Round of Face-Palms For HP 3  Runaway1956   2011-08-23 07:45:39 
Re: Microsoft's 'Linux Threat Level': Down to Green or Redder Than Ever? 13  hairyfeet   2011-08-20 22:23:02 
Re: What Would Linus Do About GNOME 3? Why, Use Xfce 6  hairyfeet   2011-08-17 02:39:39 
Re: The Slim Possibility That Microsoft's SUSE Deal Could Be Good for Linux 3  hairyfeet   2011-08-16 09:33:22 
Re: A Visit from the Ghost of Linux Future 4  Pogyhauler   2011-08-12 14:24:01 
Re: Linux Distros: When It Absolutely, Positively Has to Be Secure 2  kibert   2011-08-12 05:22:43 
Re: The Stomach-Churning Prospect of Installing Linux 16  Garthhh   2011-08-10 04:51:20 
Re: The Future of Android, Part 2: Security Snafus 2  Runaway1956   2011-08-09 18:49:41 
Re: Jokosher: A Completely Kosher Audio Multitool 2  Blimundus   2011-08-04 03:13:44 
Re: The Future of Android, Part 1: The Legal Squeeze 2  ricegf   2011-08-02 18:54:38 
Re: In the Linux Garage, Xfce Is Your Tough, Reliable Jeep 7  DetroitGeek   2011-08-01 15:00:39 
Re: New KDE Polishes Linux but Leaves a Few Little Streaks 7  FixitmanArizona   2011-07-31 18:54:34 
Re: Geeqie Image Viewer Geeks Out on Features 2  FixitmanArizona   2011-07-31 17:57:18 
Re: Google+: A Social Network Even Geeks Can Love? 2  Adler   2011-07-28 13:08:31 
Re: Mozilla to Enterprise: We Never Meant to Make You Cry 4  sourceview   2011-07-27 16:38:00 

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It's critical to the entire economy, and everyone should share the cost.
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