Re: Possible GPL Violation of Linux in Amstrad's E3 Videophone
From: Jeff V. Merkey
Date: Thu Oct 07 2004 - 17:41:35 EST
If you want to spend god alone knows how many hours tracking downWe would spend the time or remove the code. OpenServer??? Gag?? Puke??
who wrote what and nuking the relevant bits, that's your time to throw
away. If you want the same featureset a little faster however, I
believe SCO are still selling Openserver licenses.
According to Carl "Mad Dog" McBride Linux is already his "product" (What a
joke). OpenServer is not Linux.
If I receive a confirmation from A) Linus or B) Alan then we will profer
a license agreement for everyone to review and sign off on via PGP
We will worry about who is no longer available. We need the core folks
appear as the original author in the master header of each file to sign
off. They will need to
certify which files are theirs and send a confirmation.
This can be done, and if there is a process in place, others can come
and give money as well.
It's time ALL YOU GUYS got rewarded for your hard work, and not just
positioned themselves to get fat stock options and IPO preffered stock
for .com stock market
Google style IPO scams. It can happen.
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