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NetSurf is (partially) under the GPL. Compulsory pricing will not help more than the donations for release CDs we already ask for.

If people want to pay somebody to develop the RISC OS front end, then that's their interest; I don't think the project as a whole would want to. However, finding a developer who would work for cash is very almost as difficult as finding one who will work for free.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 8/8/09 5:03PM
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