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Re: SCO after BSD settlement

From: Harold Gutch <logix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 14:58:58 +0100

On Sun, Nov 23, 2003 at 11:52:19PM -0500, Gary Thorpe wrote:
> If Microsft cannot include 3 lines of text in order to satisfy a very 
> generous license, then they deserve to be sued. MS is not using the code 
> as it was meant to be used as long as they are not abiding by the 
> license. To claim otherwise would be ridiculous. BSD is not synonymous 
> with public domain after all. The point of a license is to impose 
> restrictions, no matter how easy to fulfil. If you want _complete_ 
> freedom, make it public domain.

But Microsoft does that.  See


(found it by googling;  I of course haven't verified that they do
this for every single line of BSD source they've ever used :) ).


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