Re: Easy Instructions
Using step 4 you don't need any of the others...
717 posts • joined 17 Nov 2012
Linux will never be relicenced as the GPL does meet the desires of the majority of the developers.
In addition, a number of the developers have died - and you will not get their permission either.
That GPLv2 license prevents companies from misappropriation of the code. Which has happened with BSD and MIT licenses.
The end result is that you don't like Perens opinion.
So somebody sued him for expressing his opinion. The only result of that is a loss.
It also makes one think that opinion may in fact be true. Now GRSecurity may actually have a problem...
Bruce Perens doesn't have grounds for suing directly - unless he has some code in the kernel that he believes is being misappropriated.
I don't believe he does, it is just his opinion, and he can always give his opinion - Free speech and all.
" when IBM added code to AIX that made the code a part of System V and therefore TSG's property and so couldn't be contributed to Linux without TSG's permission."
Except that the code added to Linux didn't come from AIX.
It came from OS/2. JFS v1 was added to AIX; but JFS v2 had a different foundation. The only thing that was the same was the three letters "JFS"
So the claim still fails.
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