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Re: As the GPL fades

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: As the GPL fades
Date: Fri, 05 Feb 2010 16:37:07 +0100
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Alan Mackenzie <> writes:

> In gnu.misc.discuss David Kastrup <> wrote:
>> Alan Mackenzie <> writes:
>>> Alexander, who pays you to post in this forum, and how much?
>> Oh please.  Who would pay for that kind of nonsense?
> Any company that wishes to discourage GPL software.  Since calm
> logical discussion is ineffective against the GPL (for obvious
> reasons), they must resort to misdirection, sleight of hand, smoke and
> mirrors.

But it is all so obvious.  If anybody would be paying him, then for
distracting important developers into wasting time with him.  But I
don't think that this happens much.

If this supposed to be business one time, he is still stuck in the
prototyping stage.

> No, not really.  He's a bright lad, and an Internet search reveals he
> has at least one bogus patent to his name (something to do with a
> storage algorithm).  He could surely find something positive,
> enriching and fulfilling to do with his time.

Why should he?  Nobody else does.

I mean, get real.  Do you know how many TV sets and cigarettes are sold
around here?

This society is not focused about doing something positive, enriching
and fulfilling with your time.  It is focused about getting rid of it.
And when you spend it by annoying other people, at least you have a
receipt to show.  Beats lung cancer.

I don't think anybody pays him.

David Kastrup

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