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> % We're not a business it can
> % and bankrupt.
> We (the opensource community) are
> dependant as well. In some ways. Since
> the earth is mainly driven by money, so
> are it's people dependant on it, wether
> you like it or not (i don't). The editor
> clearly pointed out a danger in his
> article: TCPA (of which Microsoft is a
> member) and NGSCB (aka Palladium). Do
> you think these revolutions by the big
> business people who bind together as one
> fist will not, in any way, affect the
> opensource community? We are talking
> about huge changes in soft- *and*
> hardware design here.
The open hardware community is active. Obviously hardware is usually more expensive to develop than software but it is happening. If need be we can run our software on our hardware. We can engineer all of the tools needed to keep producing this software and hardware and the tools needed to produce those tools. I for one am even working on an open sourced design for a hydroponic gardening setup. That may sound silly but really they aren't that hard to build but are expensive to buy.
Corporations and governments can do what they please but in the end if they push away the geek elite it'll hurt them more than us. We can produce all the things we need to live and we create the future. All they have is bits of paper and numbers in some computer. It'd be painful for the geek community to have to learn how to fend for ourselves but we certainly could and would probably end up better off. Besides that I'm sure that on any large exodus of geek talent that other corporations and governments would have open arms.