Yeah, for real, "free software" is a bad name for the concept. So much anti-free-software arguments are purely based on the "free as in free beer" aspect, not realizing that they are completely missing the point. I think free software could do even better had it been given a name that truly reflects its objectives, not one that nobody actually gets it right the first time.
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