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SubjectRE: Reiserfs licencing - possible GPL conflict?
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> > > Also "integrated" means different things to different people,
> including
> > > lawyers. These different things have different consequences according
> > > to the GPL's terms.
> >
> > I think it's very clear that "integrated" means a derived work
> > (which is a very precise term under copyright law). If you can think
> > of any other meaning, please offer it.
>
> Now, I know and you know that integration as not the same as
> aggregation. But the below suggests that someone draws the line
> differently. Why not just say "derived work"?

I don't think anyone but a computer software salesman would claim that
aggregation and integration are the same.

DS


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