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There was a need to write something like "memo" on the topic of cost of ownership of proprietary and open software. Written argument for a "not close" to the IT person, so forgive the chewed truths water. I wanted to write briefly, but exhaustively. Before "use" I'd like to know the opinion of Habra. Can only publish to QA. Actually, the question is: what is wrong and what is forgotten? Thank you.

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Too water, not for Chabry.
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> And equally subject to the proprietary products and open source software.
Apparently, talking about "free" SOFTWARE (free) because open can be paid. And free is — closed :) In the topic sometimes confused these terms, which may in this case does not matter.
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Overall, IMHO, it would be worthwhile to try to make more structured, divided into paragraphs-abstract, etc. May reinforce some example of a specific task that is best solved free.
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Correct sentence:
"Free licenses allow any modification of the product, but if you have something you completed, what you need to give the community the same opportunity to redo your work. "
IMHO, sounds (the proposal) as complicated, or rather sophisticated.
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I have carefully read your article.
From the point of view of design I can be broken up into more precise structural points, and added graphics and pictures. And this dry lyrics little who loves.
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From the point of view of the content, you will run up. The fact that your boss (if he is smart) will ask you in the forehead, why is everyone using Windows, Linux and a great full ass. Not for assholes if you hold all around.
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If we consider the essence of the question, you describe the "new Vasyuki". "Free software community" has always been worse paid, and highlight "free" has always been a consequence of the development of paid branches. But Hebraist in many other views.
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I tried to judge not biased (he is a supporter of CFA), but, IMHO, or misrepresentations, whether bad expression of thought, whether still something there. Plus inaccuracies:
— "mySQL after the acquisitions Oracle" Oracle has not absorbed MySQL, they bought Sun
— "Perhaps they are a little harder to find" — this is something we, pakpassion? We have a byword :D
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But it's not Monty is forced to make a purchase :)
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Well, IMHO, Oracle bought the production of iron and Java; MySQL, VMWare, LLC, was "a load"
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For pehepe harder? I don't know, Beatrix, if that, too, on pehepe. But if you have a choice between WP and Bitrix, then, IMHO, something or problem statement, or variants of its implementation. Perhaps a paid product would be the best solution.
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About delight: in my opinion the oracle was not in awe of the fact that they were forced to support the product is something (don't want to stir up the outrage, because I added "something" :) ) competing with them "mainstream", much more fun they would be buried muscle, but its users would suggest preferential migration.
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