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In response to some of the feedback I've received I've added some information to the proposal about how a charitable organisation could become involved in non-charitable activities if necessary. (I don't think this is would in any case be a major limitation in practice - for example, both of the browsers currently under active development are already Open Source, and if Java isn't already then it will be soon. There would be plenty for the organisation to do without stepping outside these bounds, but it may be of some reassurance to know that it could do so if needed.

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