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SubjectRe: GPL V3 and Linux
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On Sat, 2006-01-21 at 08:56 +0300, Alexander Shishckin wrote:
> On 1/21/06, Chase Venters <chase.venters@clientec.com> wrote:
> > On Friday 20 January 2006 20:27, Alexander Shishckin wrote:
> > > GPLv3 tends to get on top of the most braindead things ever known to
> > > software development. It is, in fact, a one-too-many example of how a
> > > person who cannot be seriously considered to be a computer programmer
> > > tries to have his one-too-many revenge on companies which employ real
> > > software developers and produce real world software. Someone should
> > > probably put an end to these miserable efforts.
> >
> > Why does everyone assume that Stallman is out to 'get revenge' on companies?
> > Is his desire for freedom so hard to grasp and believe that all you can do is
> > spin it into silly conspiracies?
> Ain't that obvoius? Every second word that you read in GPLs is either

No, because MSFTs business model is not the only one in the software
world (though MSFT keeps teaching that).

Bernd
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