Freeware Python editor
Randy.L.Kemp at motorola.com
Fri Nov 2 15:25:04 CET 2001
I think of the whole concept of free having many facets. Imagine a cake was
baked and I was free to eat it. Now the cake can be made according to the
1. The cook makes the cake, gives it to us to eat, and doesn't share the
2. The cooks makes the cake, gives it to us to eat, and hands out copies of
3. Several cooks try a variation of the cake, based on the original recipe,
and give it to us to eat.
Now there are probably other variations above, but from the philosophy of
pragmatism, I can have my cake, and eat it to.
From: Tim Peters [mailto:tim.one at home.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2001 11:37 PM
To: python-list at python.org
Subject: RE: Freeware Python editor
>> FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION TO ALL PSU MEMBERS
> The PSU failed! A post about the PSU escaped to the world in its
> We are fre
In case the intended word was "free", I'd like to point out that there are
different philosophies about free software, only one is correct, and
c.l.py's mission is to educate the world about which one that is. Don't
forget that extremism in defense of freedom is no vice.
just-following-orders-but-don't-feel-good-about-it-ly y'rs - tim
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