why would RMS sue, lets say me, for porting IBM's
piece of GPL'ed code to FreeBSD src/gnu.
What i will be doing (if the votes come out positive),
will be exactly as how his law says...
--- Poul-Henning Kamp <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> In message
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
> Andrew Kenneth Milt
> on writes:
> >+-------[ Terry Lambert ]----------------------
> >| RMS has indicated a willingness to sue people
> distributing bipartite
> >| distributions, where the linking is delayed until
> installation to
> >| work around the letter of the GPL. Given his
> religious convictions,
> >| I can't see him *not*. Factor that into your
> >Just to balance this point out;
> >Only the copyright holder can do this, what code of
> any significance has
> >RMS contributed recently to this or any other
> project where this would be
> >a consideration?
> Uh, people have been signing their copyright over to
> FSF for a long
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