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SubjectRe: Microsoft IP-stack ?!
On Fri, 18 Jun 1999, Mike A. Harris wrote:

> >Please remember what UC Berkely were trying to achieve.
>
> Ok. My statement still stands though. Current day open-source
> development that is BSD licensed or similarly can go directly to
> Microsoft.

There's still no problem with that. The only big problem
with the BSD license is that Microsoft isn't required to
give back their changes to the BSD community.

I don't see anything wrong with commercial companies using
Open Source stuff in their products -- as long as they give
something back to the community...

I propose we move the discussion to another forum and
continue there to talk about a new kind of license
incorporating the best of GPL and BSD :)

<plug>
linux-legal@nl.linux.org
</plug>

cheers,

Rik -- Open Source: you deserve to be in control of your data.
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