ATN69 wrote:SMH wrote:ATN69 wrote:If I buy an airplane ticket I can, for a fee, transfer that airline ticket to someone else. I can sell it to someone else. I don't own the airplane but still I can sell the ticket. It's the right to have a seat on a certain flight.
I'm not sure that's the best example you could pick. http://money.cnn.com/2017/04/11/news/re ... index.html https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/11/overbooking/
I choose that analogy because you buy a service. Look at your ticket as a license. I am a frequent flyer so I know how shitty it can be just as these articles mention, but the point is you get money back or some kind of compensation at least. A software developer claiming NFR takes away any chance you have to get some money back or any kind of compensation. That's my point.
You don't get your money back if you get kicked off the flight for being belligerent or refusing to show ID. You sure you want your software developers to have those rights?