GPL and embedded linux Re: [oclug] Disintermediate the
Francis J. A. Pinteric
linuxdoctor at linuxdoctor.biz
Sun Jun 13 18:00:58 EDT 2004
On Sun, 13 Jun 2004 21:54:40 +0000
Greg <sphex at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> You must distribute with a GPL.
> A GPL with additional restrictions is not a GPL.
> Obligations which you attempt to impose on others
> are not obligations imposed on you.
> You must distribute with a full, complete, unmodified GPL.
> Otherwise, "you may not distribute the programme at all."
As I said, I am in compliance with the GPL while at the same time
preventing you from distributing the code at all. Let me throw the whole
thing back at you.
How does my imposing the condition upon you to distribute the Programme
only to "green men from Alpha Centauri" violate the GPL?
The "political left" is called that because most of
what they stand for is way out in left field.
As for the "political right", it is rare that you
find a group of people so consistently wrong about
everything. I'd rather be right than right wing.
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