Subject: "open-source" x "free software"
From: "Guilherme C. Hazan" <palm-experts@superwaba.com.br>
Date: Thu, 6 May 2004 19:40:08 -0300

Hi OSI folks,

Just to abuse a little from your patience.

Since i already misunderstood the concept of "open-source" (which does not
only means source-code-available, but also requires-free-distribution), are
there any other concepts behind "free software", except that they are free
of charge?

2nd question: if i want to say that my software is "open source" but not
"freely distributed", which term must i use?

thanks and regards

    guich

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