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SubjectRe: Is the BitKeeper network protocol documented?
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On Wed, 2003-01-22 at 10:18, Larry McVoy wrote:

> A boundary is a boundary. It doesn't matter how much you want or need
> what is on the other side of that boundary, you don't get to make your
> license cross that boundary, the law doesn't work that way.

Thus the concept of "derivative work."

The single most vague section of the GPL IMHO.

Can we move on now? We're not going to resolve anything here,
and i think we're all argued out :)

Dana Lacoste
Ottawa, Canada

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