Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 29th Dec 2005 23:26 UTC, submitted by Thorsten Glaser
BSD and Darwin derivatives "The MirOS Project is proud to announce the immediate release of MirOS XP, consisting of MirOS BSD #8 and the MirPorts Framework. This release is the first in the MIRBSD_8 branch and still highly experimental in some parts, especially ports, but has been throughoutly tested and deemed stable." You can download this Net/OpenBSD-based operating system here. Note: Don't mention the war!
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Just Hot VaporWare from stolen BSD code.
by on Fri 30th Dec 2005 02:32 UTC

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Just repacking our work in Open/Net and calling it something good...
Even their website is pure crap.

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They fully comply with the license. What they do with the code is their own business. They keep tracking the OpenBSD and NetBSD trees, simply providing an alternate distribution that meets their needs and taste.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

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Forkinga project is not stealing. If you don't want your project to get forked then don't release it under a free license!

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