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    SubjectRe: OCFS2 1.6.0 for mainline?
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    On Sat, 15 Oct 2011 23:12:44 +0200, Richard Weinberger said:
    > Am 15.10.2011 23:03, schrieb Kyle Moffett:
    > > If someone who has a copy of Oracle's "Unbreakable Linux" can get
    > > ahold of the sources, please put them in GIT somewhere for the rest of
    > > us to access; it *is* GPLed software after all. Otherwise, please
    > > distribute the binaries to the rest of us and we will obtain the
    > > sources on our own. I can't find any published information on their
    > > website about how to obtain the sources, so someone will have to
    > > contact them directly.

    Remember that Oracle only has an obligation to give source to the people *they*
    give binaries to. If you get binaries from an Oracle customer, you'll have to
    hit that customer up for the corresponding source.

    > I found this src.rpm:
    > http://public-yum.oracle.com/repo/OracleLinux/OL6/1/base/x86_64/kernel-ue=
    > k-2.6.32-100.34.1.el6uek.src.rpm
    >
    > linux-2.6.32/fs/ocfs2 contains OCFS2 1.6.3.
    >
    > Mark, Joel, can you please port this "release" to mainline?

    I'll bite.. what's an acceptable Signed-Off-By: chain if somebody is pushing
    somebody else's GPL'ed code upstream? I seem to remember some maintainers
    being a tad prickly about this case in the past?

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