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Re: Ocean and the search for a Music Framework

From: Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf
Subject: Re: Ocean and the search for a Music Framework
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2004 12:39:37 +0100

wrote on 03.03.2004 00:13:00:

> Marco Scheurer wrote:
> > On Mar 2, 2004, at 4:39 AM, Jeff Teunissen wrote:
> [snip]
> > > That is not at issue. What *is* at issue is whether or not the
> > > developers of the MusicKit have permission from the copyright 
> > > (namely NeXT/Apple) to relicense said code under any license at all.
> > 
> > I think I addressed this, and that it is clear enough: you have
> > permission if you obey to the MusicKit license. I don't understand how
> > the fact that some files are copyrighted by X rather than Y changes
> > anything.
> If the MusicKit developers have no explicit permission to place the NeXT 
> Apple portions of the work under the MusicKit license, then the license 
> the work as a whole is invalid.

Sorry, Jeff

but reading your mail I get more and more the impression that you are a 
troll*. Didn't you read the response from Leigh Smith 
<address@hidden> reagarding MusicKit Licensing? There Leigh clearly 
states that Musickit devs are in negotiations with Apple regarding 
licensing and also that Leigh added lots of those NeXT copyright 
statements himself. Please stop your FUD and leave your sinister attitude 
towards anything NeXT/Apple at home.

)* maybe you are a nice guy in RL, but I don't know you privately, so 
everything you say on the list forms my impression of you.

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