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This may be true if you are a geek playing around with code. I am not. In fact, that I am using the "free" software (both senses) at all, wasting my time to learn how to use it, how to work around etc., and with all that helping the "amazing" product to reach some market penetration should be enough from my side as a user.

In fact, your claim is unfounde, in that the "free" software costs me more in terms of time, effort, etc., than I get from its features. 

In fact, "open" and "sharism" are sublime ways to exploit people's workforce without paying for it. They contribute in establishing an overall situation where only some programmers are left earning money while all the content is expected to be produced without pay. So cut the geek-hippie.crap, will you?