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Re: [ITPOLITIK] Oversættelse af villanuevas brev



De følgende afsnit mangler oversættelse: 

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You add: "3. So, by compelling the State to favour a business model
based entirely on open source, the bill would only discourage the local
and international manufacturing companies, which are the ones which
really undertake important expenditures, create a significant number of
direct and indirect jobs, as well as contributing to the GNP, as opposed
to a model of open source software which tends to have an ever weaker
economic impact, since it mainly creates jobs in the service sector."
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I do not agree with your statement. Partly because of what you yourself
point out in paragraph 6 of your letter, regarding the relative weight
of services in the context of software use. This contradiction alone
would invalidate your position. The service model, adopted by a large
number of companies in the software industry, is much larger in economic
terms, and with a tendency to increase, than the licensing of programs.
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On the other hand, the private sector of the economy has the widest
possible freedom to choose the economic model which best suits its
interests, even if this freedom of choice is often obscured subliminally
by the disproportionate expenditure on marketing by the producers of
proprietary software.
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In addition, a reading of your opinion would lead to the conclusion that
the State market is crucial and essential for the proprietary software
industry, to such a point that the choice made by the State in this bill
would completely eliminate the market for these firms. If that is true,
we can deduce that the State must be subsidising the proprietary
software industry. In the unlikely event that this were true, the State
would have the right to apply the subsidies in the area it considered of
greatest social value; it is undeniable, in this improbable hypothesis,
that if the State decided to subsidize software, it would have to do so
choosing the free over the proprietary, considering its social effect
and the rational use of taxpayers money.
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In respect of the jobs generated by proprietary software in countries
like ours, these mainly concern technical tasks of little aggregate
value; at the local level, the technicians who provide support for
proprietary software produced by transnational companies do not have the
possibility of fixing bugs, not necessarily for lack of technical
capability or of talent, but because they do not have access to the
source code to fix it. With free software one creates more technically
qualified employment and a framework of free competence where success is
only tied to the ability to offer good technical support and quality of
service, one stimulates the market, and one increases the shared fund of
knowledge, opening up alternatives to generate services of greater total
value and a higher quality level, to the benefit of all involved:
producers, service organizations, and consumers.
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Der er flere afsnit over og under disse afsnit der handler 
om det samme. Er der nogen der gider kigge på det og 
komme med en kort sammenfatning på dansk. 
Jeg er ikke sikker på om jeg forstår disse meget 
komplicerede økonomiske argumenter. 

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It is a common phenomenon in developing countries that local software
industries obtain the majority of their takings in the service sector,
or in the creation of "ad hoc" software. Therefore, any negative impact
that the application of the Bill might have in this sector will be more
than compensated by a growth in demand for services (as long as these
are carried out to high quality standards). If the transnational
software companies decide not to compete under these new rules of the
game, it is likely that they will undergo some decrease in takings in
terms of payment for licences; however, considering that these firms
continue to allege that much of the software used by the State has been
illegally copied, one can see that the impact will not be very serious.
Certainly, in any case their fortune will be determined by market laws,
changes in which cannot be avoided; many firms traditionally associated
with proprietary software have already set out on the road (supported by
copious expense) of providing services associated with free software,
which shows that the models are not mutually exclusive.
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med venlig hilsen, Anna Jonna Armannsdottir       
                       ...ooO0Ooo...
Hvis du vil agere som et frit menneske, nytter det ikke noget, at andre 
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