Software wise, your biggest competitive advantage is using a re-branded
BSD operating system.
On a more serious note, surely I understand and support this position. The
BSD license stays
for true freedom, unlike the GNU beer .
But we would never be sure that your company would say no, unless someone
asks. SO I asked here
on this list.What do you say Simon, would you please relay to Juniper
my plea to open source your rights management system back in the BSD
source code pool?
Then we would know for sure if the answer is yes of no. Answer which of
course will be respected of the BSD community.
On Tue, 17 Nov 2015 10:00:30 -0800, "Simon J. Gerraty" <s...@juniper.net>
> Dan Partelly <dan_parte...@rdsor.ro> wrote:
>> Management daemon with fine grained permission, extremely
>> useful. Would Juniper consider donating to FreeBSD under a BSD license
>> portions of this code, the MGD, which could be reused in FreeBSD ? A
> Right now I suspect the answer to that might be "no".
> We know we have competitors who would dearly like that ;-)
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