[linux-elitists] The breadth of SCO's claims

Karsten M. Self kmself@ix.netcom.com
Tue Jun 24 08:25:11 PDT 2003

on Sat, Jun 21, 2003 at 09:27:32AM +0530, Raghavendra Bhat (ragu@asianetonline.net) wrote:
> mbp@samba posts:
> >> It  is widely  believed that  Windows  contains some  BSD code  for
> >> networking and other reasons. 
> As the BSD license  is a weak one, it is a moot  point as to where its
> code-base would be landing in.  The community has been deprived of its
> own efforts,  in all these  instances of the seepage/pilferage  of the
> BSD code-base by unethical entities.

Note that this isn't how the BSD community sees things.  At least not
those who are license-aware.

The stated goal of several projects (OpenBSD comes to mind) is to use 
licensing terms which don't restrict use within proprietary products, if
that is the intent of the user.


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