[linux-elitists] Future of Adobe
Tue Jul 24 15:45:28 PDT 2001
>>>>> "RF" == Rusty Foster <email@example.com> writes:
Me> So, seriously, Rus, where do you _want_ it to go?
RF> See response on K5, if you can ever get it to load. Damn
RF> overloaded server. :-/
Jeez, man. Why's it take you people a month and a half to build a
simple server? <poke, poke> B-)
Me> A similar org could be formed around opposition to the
RF> This is a good idea.
That's the only kind I have, man.
RF> Fair enough. What we need is a test case with someone who is
RF> willing and able to simply rot in jail for the sake of getting
RF> a rotten law gutted.
Agreed. I'm afraid that Dmitry makes a shitty test case for DMCA. As
much as we all want to have DMCA tested in court, and gutted there,
this is not the case to do that -- at least, let's hope not.
One nice thing though is that other corps have seen us beat the crap
out of Adobe over the Sklyarov case. This should probably give them
pause when considering whether or not to use DMCA in the future.
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