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From: Loic Dachary
Subject: [Fsfe-france] Re: RE: Déformation de vos propos dans l'int erview du Journal du Net
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2004 15:09:42 +0100

Paul Van den Bulck writes:
 > Je vous remercie pour votre mail. Les propos relatés par Mr Deblock
 > sont corrects.  En réalité je fais référence à l'article 2 de la
 > convention GPL.  

        Je suis troublé et je ne comprends plus. Voulez-vous dire que
l'article 2 de la GNU GPL contient une aberration juridique ?
Pouvez-vous m'indiquer, dans l'article 2 ci dessous, ce qui relève
selon vous de l'aberration juridique ? A ma connaissance il ne se
trouve pas aujourd'hui de juriste pour défendre cela, mais je peux me
tromper. Si c'est le cas je vous remercie de me fournir les références
précises de l'article ou de l'ouvrage afin que je puisse lire leur

        Merci par avance,

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