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Re: The GPL means what you want it to mean

From: Hadron
Subject: Re: The GPL means what you want it to mean
Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 05:54:15 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110011 (No Gnus v0.11) Emacs/23.0.90 (gnu/linux)

RonB <> writes:

> Rahul Dhesi wrote:
>> Rjack still hasn't specified which of the terms in the GPL are illegal.
>> And he protests:
>>> Not at all. Try reading my posts instead of denying and lying.
>> ...
>>> You been told many, many times. Review past posts I've made instead of
>>> just denying and lying.
>> OK, readers, I need your assistance here.
>> I admit that I have not read everything that Rjack has ever posted.
>> Nor, I suspect, has anybody else, with the possible exception of
>> amicus_curious. But in the sample that I did read, I have not seen Rjack
>> ever specify exactly what in the GPL is illegal. For a short while I
>> thought he was referring to antitrust, but not, he said he was not.
>> Has anybody seen any specific description from Rjack in his posts that
>> tells us what in the GPL is illegal?
> I killfiled Rjack shortly after his first message showed up. I have no 
> idea what he's yammering on about

Sound's about right. You certainly didn't have a clue about UI
consistency and made yourself look pretty ignorant there. So same there

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