If someone writes it, I'll put in into the code. The problem is that
this won't stop them. They'll take the code anyway, use it, then lie
Dan Hollis wrote:
> On 3 Sep 2000, Henning P. Schmiedehausen wrote:
> > firstname.lastname@example.org (Andre Hedrick) writes:
> > >Apology to Jeff,
> > >I am sorry to here of this, but I know what you mean about microsoft.
> > >My and co-worker's code for doing full taskfile access under linux was
> > >rejected here but is being used in MicroSoft Whistler 2001. They are
> > >quick to grab the very best of Linux and adopt it for their own.
> > If you can prove this, then you could talk to FSF about M$ GPL
> > violations.
> Microsoft has a "fuck linux" license (SMB NDA). So let's write a "fuck
> microsoft" license.
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