[linux-elitists] Introduction to Licensing, Part I: Unix vs. *n*x
Tue May 2 23:26:23 PDT 2000
On Tue, 2 May 2000 email@example.com wrote:
> Um. Jay, there was a point to this? Incomplete thought perhaps?
It is about licensing and the large scale economic effects of which
license is used. Unix, the official trademarked Unix, is so feeble today
that all their websites are non-existent, except for one which announces
that the domain name is going to be auctioned on eBay starting 11 May
All the sites for Free *n*x, except one, are working websites today.
Many are visted by literally thousands of people every week. The one that
is not yet working is backed by Atipa, and perhaps some other well funded
companies, and likely it will soon be getting several thousand hits a
week, at least. The freely licensed *n*ces are thriving, while
trademarked non-free Unix has decayed to the point that the domain names
are not in use.
> Incidentally, anyone know what books *were* on http://www.unix.net/
> prior to the pants offing suit threat?
I do not know.
> On Tue, May 02, 2000 at 04:39:56PM -0400, Jay Sulzberger wrote:
> > http://www.unix.org
> > http://www.unix.com
> > http://www.unix.net
> > http://www.freebsd.org
> > http://www.linux.org
> > http://www.linux.com
> > http://www.linux.net
> > http://www.netbsd.org
> > http://www.openbsd.org
> > Jay Sulzberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Karsten M. Self <email@example.com> http:/www.netcom.com/~kmself
> What part of "Gestalt" don't you understand?
> GPG fingerprint: F932 8B25 5FDD 2528 D595 DC61 3847 889F 55F2 B9B0
More information about the linux-elitists