As defined by the Free Software Foundation, software is free software if it gives its users these freedoms:

Note that this has nothing to do with whether software can be obtained for nothing or at no cost. A Free Software program (just like a non-free program) might be distributed to different people or at different times for various different prices, including a price of zero. A program is Free Software if its users have the freedoms listed above, regardless of what monetary price was paid.

Software distributed under the Python License (including Python itself) is Free Software and is often distributed at no cost.

FreeSoftware (last edited 2010-09-23 16:25:05 by PaulBoddie)

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