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    Larry McVoy wrote:

    | Given that BK isn't hiding anything, the "reverse engineering for
    | interoperability" does not apply. Hello? Anyone listening? Didn't
    | think so. Sigh.

    Ok, you are right.

    Other issue in my country laws is: "in a contract, improper clauses have
    no validity at all". In other words, you cannot forbid me contributing
    to other SCM.
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