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Re: Origin of IVD_Sequences.txt

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Origin of IVD_Sequences.txt
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 10:15:04 -0400

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     > In this case, asking the Unicode Consortium seems reasonable.
     > However, in general, people should not be quick to ask some other
     > party for its interpretation of some license.

    Is there a question of interpretation here?  I thought that the issue
    was whether the license applies at all or not (AIUI it appears not to
    apply, although IMO the intent is for it to apply), which is legally
    quite a different kettle of fish.

What I said applies to ANY legal question about
dealing with some other entity's publications or claims.

Dr Richard Stallman
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