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SubjectRe: openbkweb-0.0
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On Fri, 2003-02-14 at 15:30, Larry McVoy wrote:
> Second of all, all of those reverse engineering clauses are dependent on
> you having a legal copy of the software, full stop. You can't get a
> legal copy if what you want to do, now or in the future, is to reverse
> engineer the software.

Go talk to an EU lawyer. These laws exist to stop people locking down
formats and its one of the reasons you actually have things like
open office

All I want is to be able to review the 3c990 patch. Right now I can't

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