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SubjectRE: People, not GPL [was: Re: Driver Model]

David,

Agreed the total intent by the author is to impose a restriction.
Thus the author by default lost his/her right to use, period.
Ironic, how imposing a usage restriction will terminate ones own write to
use.

Cheers,

Andre Hedrick
LAD Storage Consulting Group

On Sat, 13 Sep 2003, David Schwartz wrote:

>
>
> > If people put GPL_ONLY symbol exports in their code, that's their call
> > to make, is it not? It's their code and they're free to say "well, this
> > is my code, and if you use this symbol, I consider your stuff to be a
> > derived work". Once again it's up to the lawyers to decide whether
> > this has legal value or not.
>
> If it has legal value, then it's an additional restriction.
>
> DS
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