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with Jack Kelliher of the pcHDTV project.
"When I was in college, I always felt that programming was artwork. When decisions came out that made it illegal to write code, or patents prevented me from writing code, I felt that my ability as an artist was infringed. Joining the Linux community made me very upset with the status quo. Contributing to Linux was a way to keep my rights. Did you know, open source isn't just software, either? FPGAs [programmable logic chips] are getting so cheap now that you can build custom hardware. It's the next step for open source.
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