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authorWerner Almesberger <werner@almesberger.net>2016-08-08 12:20:26 -0300
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<p>In the <abbr title="Electronics Design Automation">EDA</abbr>
market, besides Eagle, there's Altium. But Altium, although
it's probably powerful enough to serve our needs, shares a major
- flaw as Eagle: it's proprietary, and moreover, quite expensive.
+ flaw with Eagle: it's proprietary, and moreover, quite expensive.
Our rationalizing mind wants to say there's cognitive dissonance
in using non-free software for a free hardware project. And in
hindsight, this sounds like a good rationalization.</p>