On Sat, Jun 24, 2000 at 01:45:08PM -0400, Garry R. Osgood wrote:
> > Simply using the code, removing the copyright notices
> > and putting it under a non-compatible license is however
> > too much if you ask me and we shouldn't let Carsten get
> > away with this.
> The course of action that suggests itself to me is to enlist the
> aid of the Free Software Foundation at a fairly early stage,
> since Mr. Carsten's effort dilutes the force of an FSF license.
I would at first try to be a bit more friendly. I think, it is
sufficient if one of the original authors writes an E-mail mentioning
that Carsten forgot something and explaining what.
What he did was definitely wrong but he should be given a chance to get
out of the issue without losing his face. I guess it was a mistake
(though a nasty one).
Just my two Euro-cents, Tino.
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