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    Default God gives you $10

    One day you open up your Paypal account to find that God has given you $10.00 . If you don't have a Paypal account or don't believe in god pretend for a second you do.

    You read the message and it says the fallowing:

    This money is to be donated to an open source project of your choice.

    RULES
    • The money must not be to your own project.
    • You may not retrieve the money back.
    • The project must use a Free Software Foundation license (GPL ect...).
    • The project must be active.
    • You cant give it to a friends project.


    So who do you give the $10 to?

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    The Gnash project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L33F3R View Post
    • The project must use a Free Software Foundation license (GPL ect...).
    Well that eliminates every single project I donate too.

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    Rockbox project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferreira View Post
    Rockbox project.
    ha yes thats a good 1

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    Not sure why you're mandating an FSF license.. Oh well.

    OpenBTS team. Because OpenBTS is cool and those guys really need the money to fend off the patent sharks.

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    FSF because it regulates the scope. Nothings wrong with other free licenses i suppose it just adds some definition to the question.

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    Mplayer.

    Absolutely

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    There are so many choices that I find it very hard to choose but these would certainly be considered: MPlayer and Urban Terror.

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    common theme with mplayer?

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