Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Jul 2005 18:44 UTC
OpenBSD De Raadt's team makes OpenBSD, an operating system, and OpenSSH, for secure communications. Here, he talks about why he does it, about industry use of open-source software, and about dedication to quality paying off.
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How is something "nominally" GPL? Either it's GPL or it's not GPL. The POSIX specifications aren't freely available either, does that mean that the entire kernel API is only "nominally" GPL? And if you didn't notice, other free kernels use the GPL'd code as "documentation" to write drivers for their kernels.

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