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SubjectRe: That whole "Linux stealing our code" thing
Jason Dixon wrote:
> Once the grantor (Reyk) releases his code under that license, it must
> remain. You are free to derive work and redistribute under your
> license, but the original copyright and license permission remains
> intact. Many other entities (Microsoft, Apple, Sun, etc) have used BSD
> code and have no problem understanding this. Why is this so difficult
> for the Linux brain share to absorb?

Why is it so difficult to understand dual licensing?

Jeff


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