> "Open Source" is based on the philosophy that royalty free, open,
> modifiable, and redistributable source code is better for all concerned
I disagree. That's (presumably) your philosophy, and mine, and the philosophy shared by many people include those who talk about "open source", but we didn't get this idea from OSI or the OSD. As I mention in my comment below, these came from the free software movement and the hacker community. This philosophy *survived* open source, rather than coming from it.