International Space Station in cross-band repeater mode!!
rs at seastrom.com
Fri Jul 22 11:33:14 CDT 2005
"A. Maitland Bottoms" <aa4hs at amrad.org> writes:
> Iain McFadyen writes:
> > One example is Ham Radio Deluxe (HRD). (I'm sure there are others too).
> > HRD is free.
>>From the web page FAQ:
> "The source code is not available for porting as it is not in the public domain. It is the exclusive copyright of Simon Brown."
> in my circles, that classifies as "non-free".
HRD appears to be free-as-in-beer, not free-as-in-speech.
As counterpoint, in my circles, MIT and Berkeley licenses classify as
"free" whilst GPL and LGPL classify as "non-free". Of course, in my
circles, politics about the license take a back seat to "sharp tools".
Witness the Mac that I'm typing on...
Let's bring on the license wars on Tacos! :)
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