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Colorado Libertarians Message Board › Free and open software

Free and open software

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What's the Libertarian official view on Free and open software?
Jack W.
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Golden, CO
Post #: 12
What's the Libertarian official view on Free and open software?
Don't know if there's an official position, but I've written plenty of free software** and I've been a libertarian candidate.

Guess both a valid libertarian position and a partisan Libertarian position on open source would be much the same: that a person's property is theirs to do what they want with.

** PigIron
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