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Larry McVoy <lm@bitmover.com> writes:

>But nobody seems willing to stand up and say "well, maybe if we hadn't been
>stealing all this music these laws might not have come into existence".

>I'll leave you to make the BitKeeper connection, I'm sure you are smart
>enough to do so.

"If you don't play nice, I'll take the toy (Bitkeeper) away from
you". You start to sound like a quite popular american president now.

Maybe you should send inspectors to all BK users to be sure that they
don't use it to develop weapons of mass^W^W^Wnon free software.

Linus, please consider this a request to drop BK _right now_ and
change to another SCM for kernel development. I hate working under a
threat.

Larry: Sorry, I know that this posting is really rude but I try to
point out the danger of the path you're heading down to.

Regards
Henning

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