Another option is to contact the Software Freedom Conservancy, which
represents a number of people who hold copyrights on code in the Linux
kernel and do pursue violators, primarily to get access to the source code
for everyone's benefit. You likely wouldn't be surprised to learn that they
Beyond that, is the FSF interested in compatibility between non-FSF licenses?
That is, if MIT and Apache 2.0 happened to be incompatible with one another,
would FSF care provided they were both compatible with the GPL? In my
opinion, OSI is supposed to be more neutral on the matters, and
Quoting Philippe Ombredanne (pombreda...@nexb.com):
> Rick: This is enlightening and well written!
Thank you -- but, really, how could I not help someone working for the
public schools, as Kelly Jones is? Teachers are among my heroes.
A small correction to my text, supplying words I omitted
On Thu, Feb 16, 2017 at 7:35 AM, Rick Moen wrote:
and ext> [...]
> The company selling the firmware does indeed bear the obligation to
> comply with the licensing terms of the various codebases it ships that
> were written by others, including the Linux kernel,
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On Thu, Feb 16, 2017 at 12:08 PM, Simon Phipps wrote:
the only opinion that really matters is that of the copyright holder who
> has chosen to use a particular license.
Up to a point, Minister. After that point, the only opinions that really
matters are the judges'.
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