[linux-elitists] California Copyleft Research Initiative of 2001

Mr.Bad mr.bad@pigdog.org
Sun Jul 1 15:12:11 PDT 2001

>>>>> "BLSC" == Brooklyn Linux Solutions CEO <ruben@mrbrklyn.com> writes:

    >> The reason to do an initiative rather than, say, lobby
    >> legislators, is that a grass-roots movement and a petition
    >> drive could actually garner media attention and support of the
    >> public. Legislators would completely ignore a bunch of
    >> wild-haired geeks without deep pockets.

    BLSC> How can you do this if everything made by the government is
    BLSC> in the public domain.

How can you do -what-? Lobby legislators? Ignore geeks?

Are you laboring under the unfounded assumption that all
government-funded research is -already- in the public domain?

~Mr. Bad

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