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Re: GPLv3 comedy unfolding -- Eben Moglen predicts broad embrace of GPL


From: rjack
Subject: Re: GPLv3 comedy unfolding -- Eben Moglen predicts broad embrace of GPL 3
Date: Sat, 26 May 2007 14:28:27 -0500
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Alexander Terekhov wrote:
David Kastrup wrote:
Alexander Terekhov <address@hidden> writes:

Sonny! Uncle Hasler has spoken!

John Hasler wrote:
David Kastrup writes:
An "illegal document"?  Well, I've heard quite a few weird attacks on the
GPL, but this is the first time I see someone suspecting it to be
pornography or similar.
Well, the doofuses at SCO claimed GPLv2 was "unconstitutional".  The phrase
"illegal document" doesn't make a whole lot of sense, though, at least
under US law.
http://supreme.justia.com/us/38/157/case.html

"a void, useless, and illegal document"
I should hope that you can come up with something better than a
verdict from 1839

It just shows that I can do better than Eben The Historian, your
GNU Reichsminister für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda:

http://dartreview.com/archives/2005/04/08/intellectual_property_is_so_last_year.php

"an investigation of Oliver Wendell Holmes' "The Path of the Law," published in 1897, which was our assigned reading for the week. "

LOL.

regards,
alexander.
The Review article describes a "kiss-up, kick-down" tenured professor. Eben Moglen reminds me of Ambassador John Bolton:

"The former head of the State Department's in house intelligence bureau Tuesday described President Bush's nominee for United Nations ambassador as "a quintessential kiss-up, kick-down sort of guy" whose attempt to intimidate a mid-level analyst raises "real questions about his suitability for high office."

rjack


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