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Re: Is the GPL all encompassing?

From: Rjack
Subject: Re: Is the GPL all encompassing?
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2008 14:59:30 -0500
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Hyman Rosen wrote:

Since the law is not set up this way, the GPL was invented in the
 hope that so large a body of free software would be built up
that it would put creators of non-free programs at a

Hymen this is probably the truest thing you have ever written.
Kudos!! Filthy, filthy capitalism banished!

If the SFLC believed for one moment that the GPL was legally
enforceable in court they would have let their *first* Monsoon suit
proceed to trial. The resulting publicity of an ENFORCABLE GPL
would have spread across the world on the Internet. The great
socialist revolution of Richard Stallman would have seized the
software world. Champagne corks would have popped all over
Venezuela. Never again would the mighty GPL be ignored!!!

Instead the SFLC has filed and *immediately* dismissed, before a
single hearing has ever been held, five (5) frivolous cookie-cutter
lawsuits. You assume that the world is so gullible that they don't
grasp that letting just one (1) lawsuit proceed would settle
the GPL enforceability question once and for all.

Pity you think the world is so gullible!!!

The SFLC will *never*, *never* allow one of their frivolous lawsuits
to proceed to hearing and trial -- because the SFLC *knows* that the
bullshit GPL is *unenforceable*.

Rjack :)

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