Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 31st Jul 2007 15:19 UTC, submitted by Jim Garrison
Linux "Development of OpenHAL, a wireless network component for Linux, can now resume unfettered after months of legal uncertainty. OpenHAL allows people with wireless cards based on technology from Atheros Communications, Inc. to connect to networks using solely free and open source software. Earlier this year, allegations were made that OpenHAL might include material that infringed the copyright of Atheros' proprietary HAL software. The Linux Wireless developers asked the Software Freedom Law Center to investigate these rumors, and SFLC agreed to help on a pro-bono basis."
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w00dst0ck
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2006-02-01

No worries, I didn't take it personally at all. No need for apologies ;) .

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