I demand that Torgeir Veimo may or may not have written...
> When some parts of the kernel becomes gpl3, which it might,
That can't usefully happen so long as there are GPLv2-only components: there
would be no common licence for the whole kernel, which would make it
undistributable without splitting it up. Also, I don't believe that code
which isn't licensed under GPLv2 will be accepted anyway...
| Darren Salt | linux or ds at | nr. Ashington, | Toon
| RISC OS, Linux | youmustbejoking,demon,co,uk | Northumberland | Army
| + At least 4000 million too many people. POPULATION LEVEL IS UNSUSTAINABLE.
Who cares anyway?
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