Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd May 2006 17:43 UTC, submitted by anonymous
GNU, GPL, Open Source After Kororaa announced its GPL problems and me writing a column about it, the people behind Kororaa have now posted an in-depth follow-up: "I have been receiving lots of information which I have been sorting through, thank you to everyone who has emailed me (although I would have also thanked you personally via email). I contacted both ATI and nVidia for some clarification on particular issues, however neither have answered my questions. Nevertheless, this is what I have found so far."
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manjabes
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2005-08-27

Yes , but thats not a GPL violation , he must be doing something different then PCLinuxOS and Mandriva , with the driver. I personnaly dont know the details,

But if a kernel developer says he is doing something bad then he certainly must be. No-one may doubt anything the kernel developers say 'cause the kernel is released under the almighty GPL. And despite that Chris quite convincingly proves that very likely he isn't doing anything illegal or in violation of the GPL, when the kernel developers say he is bad, then he IS BAD. Right?

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