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SubjectRe: GPL weasels and the atheros stink
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* Sun, 2 Sep 2007 16:03:07 +0200
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> Hi. My name may not ring a bell for lots of lklm members.

Hallo, Marc. It's OK; shit happens, calm down, please.

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> Well, if that's truely the case, I may reconsider my good faith for future
> contributions. Heck, instead of giving away my code under the GPL, I could
> keep my contributions in the form of patches. Ironically, with tools such
> as git, this is no longer as cumbersome as this used to be. So, instead
> of new gcc code sent to the FSF (and given to the FSF), we could explicitly
> keep patches under the ISC licence, and explain loudly why this is so.

About GCC this is a good point. Seconded. Maybe then `sparse' by Linus
and friends will be a good competitor for that FSF guarded pet...

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> Nice going, GPL fan-boys...

HA-ha. Shit hits the fan-boys.

GPL is not FSF. GPL or FSF is not Debian. Linux is (was?) for FUN.

Good bye.
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