Cygnus Support , has proposed the GROW (the GNU Remote Operations Web) architecture as the way to script the Internet. Cygnus claims that their free-software approach is the only viable method for setting a standard for Internet scripting. They claim that all other (proprietary) methods of standards-setting are doomed to failure.
The claim is YES if Cygnus' Scheme-inspired virtual machine and multi-lingual environment called Guile (which is a Sourceware solution) wins on the Internet.
For GROW to to return YES the following conditions #1 and #2 must both be true.
For a port to exist it must available both in source and binary form for downloading off the Internet or exist on a redistributable media (e.g. CD-ROM).
The claim pays $0.025 per platform with a $0.05 premium paid for all platforms.
Windows 95 only counts in all platforms if Windows 95 has shipped by the judgement date (i.e. WN95=YES) Note: BSD may have Linux-compatibility by the claim date.
Background: GROW -- The GNU Remote Operations Web
I will judge based on the wording of the claim unless it is found to be ambiguous. Such ambiguities will be resolved based on my perception of the author's intent.