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SubjectRe: Microsoft IP-stack ?!
mharris@meteng.on.ca (Mike A. Harris) writes:

>On Fri, 18 Jun 1999, Alan Cox wrote:

>>> that they
>>> have stolen IP-code from Linux. Im right, yes ?!
>>
>>Unlikely. Judging by the window 2000 beta traces they run a BSD stack derivative
>>close to freebsd - and the BSD license permits such use

>Which is a good reason to *NOT* release open source code under
>BSD style licenses. You might as well just send your code
>directly to Microsoft.

That's what "Freedom" is all about.

Kind regards
Henning

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