Subscription/Service Fees

David Johnson david at
Tue Mar 27 21:20:06 UTC 2001

On Wednesday March 28 2001 04:48 am, Robert Kolzan wrote:

> To allow  the user to improve the software for themselves to suit there
> environments.

But you can do that without the software being Open Source. You do not need 
the approval of the OSI in order to make your source code available. There 
are dozens of software packages that are in no way Open or Free yet allow the 
user to modify the software for themselves.

David Johnson

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