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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove Bitkeeper documentation from Linux tree


On Mon, 22 Apr 2002, Jonathan A. George wrote:

> Alexander Viro wrote:

> >On Mon, 22 Apr 2002, Jonathan A. George wrote:

> >>No need. His tools are his choice. The kernel itself is ours not his;
^^^^^^^^^^^^
> >> thus the distinction.
> >
> >Bullshit. His copy is his. Mine is mine. Yours is yours. Each of
> >us is perfectly within his rights when he adds whatever patches he
> >likes.
> >
> Both statements are true. Imagine that.

So where the hell do you or anybody else get the right to prohibit him adding
GPLed file to his copy?

RTFGPL. Again, if you don't like said additions - fucking tough,
they are explicitly allowed by the license.

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