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    SubjectRe: [BK PATCH] klibc for 2.5.64 - try 2

    On Sat, 8 Mar 2003, Linus Torvalds wrote:

    > The thing is, this discussion has _not_ been exactly neutral. You may have
    > said "could" or "might" or whatever, but clearly people are trying to
    > pressure hpa into going to GPL. It's the whole tone of the thread.
    > Or would you disagree with that?

    Um, I have to. What I was trying to is to get a clear answer, why he does
    not want a different license. All arguments I heard so far don't speak
    against a libgcc like license. I only want to know whether there is an
    alternative solution he might also be comfortable with.
    I don't want to pressure him into anything, I only sort of expect, if
    someone makes a decision, which might have farreaching consequences, that
    he is able to explain and defend his decision. All I want is that people
    sometimes think what consequences their action might have. This is the
    point I'm missing here a bit.

    bye, Roman

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