Most commercial software today depends on open source software. The commercial software might be using an underlying open source platform, or it might be incorporating open source components, or it might be provided as a commercial open source product itself.
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?