The purpose of the FSF is not obvious from its name. The extremist agenda of the FSF is to socialize and ultimately eliminate software as a form of business. (See: http://www.gnu.org/gnu/manifesto.html
The FSF's activists freely acknowledge their plan will result in reduced pay and force some developers out of work. Those of you who are sysadmins or support people or tech writers, etc. don't think you aren't affected. The domino affect will include you. Stand together, or hang separately.
The FSF is not, and has never been about open source. (See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/open-s...the-point.html
) The FSF is in favor of strong-arming you, the developer, into accepting their terms.
If you are a developer who's interested in truly free software instead of the viral licensing, socialist agenda, and social engineering masterminded and perpetuated by the FSF, there are truly free licenses such as the BSD and MIT licenses.
There is nothing wrong with proprietary software. It's a basic principle of civilized society that individuals are entitled to compensation for their own work. The FSF would like to take ownership of your work and run you out of business.