Linked by David Adams on Sat 24th Dec 2005 17:48 UTC
Linux As reported in the latest free edition of LWN the Bluetooth Qualification Administrator has demanded that the Linux BlueZ project take down the Bluetooth hardware compatibility list for Linux, claiming that 'As neither of these products have been qualified using Linux it is illegal to make them available for public use'. This was apparently done at the request of a registered member of the Bluetooth SIG.
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Logic?
by CapEnt on Sat 24th Dec 2005 18:17 UTC
CapEnt
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2005-12-18

What's the logic behind this move? Linux users are customers too, their members will only lose sales. I can only think about this as a little mistake of bluetooth sig. And apart of that, it's only a list, it do not hurts anyone. This list only do a public service for common good, including the members of bluetooth sig by itself.

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