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Re: [Fsfe-uk] BBC Article about Linux SCO and Copyrights - BBC calls for
Re: [Fsfe-uk] BBC Article about Linux SCO and Copyrights - BBC calls for statements (fwd)
Sat, 30 Aug 2003 00:36:22 +0100
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MJ Ray wrote:
From address@hidden, a pointer to
Miles away from the single mention of IBM ...
'SCO are claiming that some programmers took code which SCO owned and
released it illegally under the GPL.'
How convenient not to mention that in the '30 million lines of code'
there are direct contributions by SCO developers under the GPL?
What about IBM's countersuit against SCO for GPL violation?
SCO's claims and badly written articles apart does anyone get the
feeling that this dispute prooves that copyright law is sufficient to
protect software unlike what Arlene McArthy's report claims?
Re: [Fsfe-uk] BBC Article about Linux SCO and Copyrights - BBC calls for statements (fwd),
Ramanan Selvaratnam <=