After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
> Paying for free software may be the bargain of a lifetime
Ironically, Theo de Raadt would probably be doing a bit better if he
adopted the license he so reviles.
His gripe is that while his organisation is struggling to make ends
meet on losses of around $20,000 a year, proprietary software
companies that benefit from his team's work are making money hand
over fist. The relationship is all take and no give. That's basically
unfair, says de Raadt.
Give me automake, gcc, vi, an xterm, and a Linux box, and I'm a happy guy.