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  • 17. 12. 2006 14:14

    petr břeň (neregistrovaný)

    <a href="http://­en.wikipedia.or­g/wiki/Communis­m">http://en.wi­kipedia.org/wi­ki/Communism</a>

    <blockquote>Com­munism is an ideology that seeks to establish a classless, stateless social organization, based upon common ownership of the means of production. It can be classified as a branch of the broader socialist movement. Early forms of human social organization have been described as 'primitive communism' by Marxists. However, communism as a political goal is generally a conjectured form of future social organization.</bloc­kquote>

    <a href="http://­en.wikipedia.or­g/wiki/Free_Sof­tware">http://e­n.wikipedia.or­g/wiki/Free_Sof­tware</a>

    <blockquote>Free software, as defined by the Free Software Foundation, is software which can be used, copied, studied, modified and redistributed with little or no restriction. Freedom from such restrictions is central to the concept, with the opposite of free software being proprietary software (a distinction unrelated to whether a fee is charged). The usual way for software to be distributed as free software is for the software to be licensed to the recipient with a free software license (or be in the public domain), and the source code of the software to be made available (for a compiled language).</bloc­kquote>

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