User talk:Fasten/Free Software And Open Source Ethics

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Pseudo-causality[edit source]

One could speculate that the open source movement represents (only as one aspect, of course) the mirror of what programmers cause for other professions: potential for rationalization, change of work methods, advantages and disadvantages for employment. That is, however, seldom part of the motivation of open source programmers and thus part of "pseudo-causality", not proper causality (Is the open source movement susceptible to be used for that metaphor?). --Bernhard Fastenrath 13:16, 10 December 2010 (UTC)[reply]

Vocational training[edit source]

Employers should provide vocational training, which should be seen to follow from article 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Non-existent IT companies do not provide vocational training.