@clacke @email@example.com @xj9 Hmm. If you are pro-copyleft, are you really sure copyleft is not needed when copyright is abolished? Sure, without copyright, all programs and code can be used for all purposes, but still, nothing prevent someone to sell a huge and unreadable binary blob. In a sense, proprietary software thrives by itself regardless of the existence of copyright thanks to the unreliability of machine code.
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