Creators of free and open source software are often criticised for not bothering to make equivalents of proprietary software and web applications to attract users over.
When would one expect an organisation like the Free Software Foundation to be really relevant to the world of computing at large - when there is a limited threat to freedom in computing or when the threat is increasing exponentially?
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