[Dev] [GNU-linux-libre] MAME
aurelien at hackers.camp
Wed Mar 30 14:16:37 BST 2016
Luke <g4jc at openmailbox.org> writes:
> I'd like to weigh in by mentioning there are still many uses for
> emulators which people think should be removed.
> For example, there are still GPL Windows programs that ONLY work on
> Windows. There is no reason WINE would need to be removed if the purpose
> is to learn how to make fully free Windows programs. These programs can
> one day run on a free OS, such as ReactOS.
> The same goes for DosBox and FreeDOS where there is still a small
> community learning and improving DOS using fully free software.
And in the other sens bring that effort to packages things that need to
be. (Free things made for free universes)
Writing MAS - Adaptive toolkit for heterogeneous LAN and Networks that
works on all your different type of OS remotely at the same time without installation.
Demonstrate to me one thing, some nice free software are not packages!
Mussh is a really nice tool and GPLv2 but no one build it.
This example should certainly not be alone.
I know that behind every effort there is someone that do the work, but,
keeping our force for free software that are written gpl for free OS
sounds a good thing.
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