[linux-elitists] Beaujolais for Mr. Bad!

Don Marti dmarti@zgp.org
Wed May 16 16:21:03 PDT 2001

Check out RFC 1822 for example patent grant language.  Would this
work as a general "yes, you can implement our patented algorithm
in your Free Software project" license?

And "apt-get install freenet" should now work without messing
around getting a patched kaffe.

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Subject: Re: [freenet-devl] Integrating Whiterose into website
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Oh, while I'm thinking about it - the Kaffe in Debian is now working
with Fred. So Fred is now Debian Free Software (yay).

Another think I want to try to do is build with GCJ on Debian, and add
a freenet-native package. I think that would r0X0r.

~Mr. Bad

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