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 </section>
 
 
-<section xml:id="difference_raymondism"><info><title>Raymondism </title></info>
+<section xml:id="difference_raymondism">
+<info>
+
+<title>Raymondism</title>
+</info>
 
 <para>
 Proprietary software is not illegitimate, just problematic from the
 <para>
 “I like free software because I can get a lot of useful software without
 charge. I may like contributing to free software because it helps other
-people, makes me happy and may indirectly benefit me technically or
+people, makes me happy, and may indirectly benefit me technically or
 financially. But proprietary software is perfectly valid as well, if it’s
 done right, and I may choose to use it or contribute to it.
 </para>
 
 <para>
 The fact that open-source developers develop similar goods and distribute
-them for no cost or little cost under a less restrictive open-source
+them for no cost or little cost, under a less restrictive open-source
 licence, does not invalidate this fact. I agree with most of what Eric
 Raymond said in the “Cathedral and the Bazaar” series, part of which is
 that proprietary software is problematic. However, I think that a world
-dominated by free software (which I hope to see soon) can inhibit some
+dominated by free software (which I hope to see soon) can exhibit some
 proprietary software without it having a generally harmful effect on the
 computer world at large.
 </para>
 <para>
 I used to think that some systems were critical enough to justify GPLing or
 LGPLing them. My opinion of all that changed after the entire mess caused
-by the enaction of the GPL version 3 and the LGPL version 3, which are
+by the enactment of the GPL version 3 and the LGPL version 3, which are
 mutually incompatible with the previously released version 2 of the GPL.
 I now believe that even if we distaste proprietary software, then copyleft
 licences such as the GPL or the LGPL are not worth the trouble and cause