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Re: Pee Jay says silence is golden


From: Alan Mackenzie
Subject: Re: Pee Jay says silence is golden
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 08:47:03 +0000 (UTC)
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In gnu.misc.discuss RJack <address@hidden> wrote:

> Pee Jay trumpeted, "the Software Freedom Law Center has since
> gone to court successfully regarding the GPL multiple times". This,
> despite Eben Moglen's SFLC voluntarily dismissing the seven suits before
> a federal judge could ever read a single word of any complaint.

You've been told already ad nauseam that this "voluntary dismissal" is a
codeword for "settled, with the defendants having come into compliance".
Your continual insinuation that the SFLC simply lost these cases is what
you would refer to as "lying".

> Now that the internet is buzzing with the fraudulent copyright claims of
> Erik Andersen, where pray tell, is Pee Jay's analysis of the
> situation? Who's stealing the code now, Pee Jay?

The complaint you refer to elsewhere states that Erik Andersen is _a_
copyright holder, not _the_ copyright holder.

> BLUFF and FRAUD. Pee Jay, that's what the GPL is all about. BLUFF and
> FRAUD.

Funny thing, though, when alleged violations of the GPL do reach the
courtroom, the GPL is upheld.

> You can rest assured that the fourteen defendants' legal departments in
> the SFLC's current fraudulent action will want to depose Mr. Andersen
> concerning his copyright "ownership" of BusyBox v. 0.60.3. Let the
> games begin.

I suggest you email all these lawyers to point out the fraud you allege.

> The SFLC, frivolously and with the intent to harass and intimidate the
> defendants, ....

There's nothing frivolous about defending the GPL, since it lies at the
heart of how most free software is produced.

> Sincerely,
> Rjack

-- 
Alan Mackenzie (Nuremberg, Germany).



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