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Re: Settlements

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Settlements
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 14:05:56 +0100
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RJack <> writes:

> Alexander Terekhov wrote:
>> Hyman Rosen wrote:
>>> On 2/25/2010 3:07 PM, RJack wrote:
>>>> Troll vs. Hyman's fertile imagination. Troll wins another one.
>>>> ROFL.
>>> No. They advised the court because they were *in* the court.
>> Moving targets once again, silly Hyman?
>> Yes in all previous cases SFLC delayed initial conference and
>> motions. But in the current case defendants seem to be willing to
>> call the SFLC's bluff in court.
> Let's hope the SFLC doesn't file voluntary dismissals and cut and run
> once again. The GPL needs a good review by a federal judge.

It's not likely that it will get it unless a defendant claims compliance
as a defense.  If he doesn't, there is no reason for a judge to review
the GPL as it can't be relevant without the defendant agreeing to rely
on its permissions.  If he doesn't, it is a piece of paper irrelevant to
the parties' relations and the case.

> It's obvious the defendants aren't the slightest bit intimidated by
> the SFLC clowns.

Why else would they make the GPLed source available in the aftermath of
the settlements?

David Kastrup

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