Ok, so I can hardly make sense out of the political reasoning of the Free Software Foundation, but then there is the Open-Source Movement. But wait, then there's the neutral, FLOSS and FOSS. So, here is my question to the UbuntuForums community, Should all software be free/libre (sold or free/$0.00), or is closed-source ok?
I know that FOSS is the acronym for Free "and" Open Source Software.
Or does it mean Free "or" Open Source Software?
For example: to be considered FOSS, a program's license must be included in both FSF and OSI lists of approved licenses, or the belonging to only one of the two lists is enough?
Fedora uses only FOSS software; does this mean that licenses adopted by software included in Fedora shou