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Member 14968771 wrote:
As a "user" why should I (have) to do that ?
Because it is Free and Open Source Software.

It is given to you so that you can fix it yourself. That is what the free-ness and open-ness is about. You may of course ask your friends to fix it for you, or even pay someone to fix it (although that sort of kills the "free" idea, at least in the sense of "free beer").

When you accept a "free" offer that is financed by ads and commercials, then you are the product being sold.
When you accept "free" and open sources software, then you are the maintainer of that software.

This is 101 FOSS.
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