Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Sep 2006 15:36 UTC, submitted by Moulinneuf
GNU, GPL, Open Source Friday Several kernel developers issued a position paper criticizing the GPLv3 drafts. That prompted Software Freedom Law Center chairman Eben Moglen to issue a 'renewed invitation' yesterday to kernel developers to participate in the GPLv3 process. Linus Torvalds responded to Moglen's statement by saying that his position on the license is clear and that he's "fed up" with the FSF.
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RE: GPL v3 and DRM
by twenex on Thu 28th Sep 2006 16:50 UTC in reply to "GPL v3 and DRM"
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Linus is being a big baby and if he keeps it up I am switching to BSD

I don't see how he's being "a big baby," but even if I did, I think that's equally childish. Besides which, even if he's being a "big baby" about DRM, you get even LESS protection from it from BSD.

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