[osflash] Introducing myself and my project.
strk at keybit.net
Sat Mar 28 00:57:02 PST 2009
On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 04:11:43PM -0300, Juan Pablo Califano wrote:
> Generally speaking free software development has often
> less resources, so it's easier for a content producer to
> be friendly with free software that the other way around.
> I think that sums up the problem here. Sorry if it sounds harsh, but what
> you're expecting is not realistic: you're almost asking developers to lower
> the bar to accommodate to a product basically out of pity. Its not a
> sustainable model.
Not *almost*, I'm indeed asking developers who think free software
matters to lower that bar.
It's an ecological approach to technology.
In a sustainable model you don't want to depend on out-of-control
or poorly available resources. Open source puts the resources in
the people hands, so if you want to rely on your own resources
you will want to reduce your dependencies.
Think power. If you want to use your own solar power you'll have
to reduce your power consumption. That's sustainability.
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