There is corporate open-source software made in the software equivalent of sweat shops in developing countries. It doesn't respect the freedom of its developers. Is it only the user's freedom that's important? What about the rights of the worker who made it?
Shouldn't real free software respect the freedom of both the developers and the users? Maybe it's time to extend the definition.
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