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SubjectRe: possible GPL violation involving linux kernel code
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commence  Chris Abbey quotation:

> Today, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
>> Blah. First thing you'd do if you were serious would be to contact
>> Promise.
>
> As I am not the copyright holder of the material in question I can
> not do that. Only the copyright holder can, at least in this
> country.

You cannot ENFORCE the license, but you could have certainly sent them
a polite message, drawing their attention to the matter. It could
have been a simple mistake, but you don't know, because you decided to
"send a precise report to the copyright holders" by sending a message
to a widely-read mailing list. This is very different to sending a
message to the FSF, who will typically begin by sending a polite
e-mail.

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