Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 17th Jun 2009 22:49 UTC
Linux "As my colleague Michelle Menga is reporting, Amazon is now making new source code available for its Amazon Kindle. Basically what it represents is, Amazon's responsibility to make the GPL licenced source code that is used in the Kindle available to others. That's part of the GPL license and Amazon is doing its part. Digging into the code that Amazon is now making available, provides some really interesting insight into the underlying structure of the Kindle."
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RE[2]: Sigh
by JohnFlux on Thu 18th Jun 2009 21:29 UTC in reply to "RE: Sigh"
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> FSF, please get bent. If you don't like how someone uses the license, then rewrite it.

Actually they did rewrite the license. The GPLv3 prevents TIVOization. But the linux kernel uses GPLv2.

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