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"I Got rid of it."
I'll use Libre.
It's not Libre.
Here is what Richard Stallman actually says: Free software is software that users have the freedom to distribute and change. Some users may obtain copies at no charge, while others pay to obtain copies-and if the funds help support improving the software, so much the better. The important thing is that everyone who has a copy has the freedom to cooperate with others in using it.Richard Stallman wrote the rules on how open source software should be distributed in case you were wondering why I quoted him.
Updated on Apr 20, 2011