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But is it open source in any way? It seems not. Cool toy bro.
If I’m going to pay for software, I’ll run it on windows. It seems to make more sense.
It seems that some people run Linux because it is gratis. It is that too, but personally the costs in valuta is not what matters. I would pay for my distro, for gimp, for Firefox, if they would still maintain the same possible license offering as they do now. Freedom is what really matters. The freedom to know what you are purchasing, the freedom to change it, modify it, and understand it. The freedom to use it how you want to, and to share your knowledge with others. I would pay for that freedom easily.
I just meant because windows is generally better supported.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy fandom is rather like the neverending party described in Life, The Universe, and Everything. The work began in the 1970s and the party is still going, attended by the descendents of the original fans.
And one day, some astrophysicists will join in and fly. Not in the sense how a party is supposed to fly, but literally fly.