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Re: GPL misappropriation

From: Moshe
Subject: Re: GPL misappropriation
Date: Tue, 04 May 2010 16:09:54 -0000
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On Mon, 22 Mar 2010 18:22:52 -0500, RJack wrote:

> Peter Köhlmann wrote:
>> Hadron wrote:
>>> David Kastrup <> writes:
>>>> Alexander Terekhov <> writes:
>>>>> Hyman Rosen wrote:
>>>>>> On 3/22/2010 3:41 PM, RJack wrote:
>>>>>>> That will never happen. Copyrights are exclusive rights and
>>>>>>> cannot be licensed by anyone except the *owner* of a
>>>>>>> copyright. Releasing BSD licensed code under the GPL is
>>>>>>> simply attempting to steal it.
>>>>>> BSD-licensed code gives others the right to create derivative
>>>>>>  works without requiring that those derivative works be
>>>>>> licensed under the same terms.
>>>>> Meaning that material originally licensed under the BSDL must
>>>>> remain licensed under the BSDL (with just a few restrictions
>>>>> imposed on binary-only form) and not hijacked by the GPL
>>>>> retards, you moron Hyman.
>>>> Seems like you don't understand the difference between copyleft
>>>> and weak permissive licenses.
>>> Wasn't it you who claimed all this was really easy to understand?
>>> And yet months later you're still here fighting bitterly ....
>> Fighting bitterly? Really?
>> Against the likes of Alexander there simply is no "fight"
>> Cretins like him would not understand something as simple as "1+1 =
>> 2"
>> Do you actually claim that bullshitters like Alexander or "RJack"
>> have anything of value to add? Do you actually claim that those
>> cretins are not oxygen thieves?
> Who pissed in your Cheerios today? Alexander of RJack?
> Sincerely,
> RJack :)

You might want to ask Peter Kohlmann how the music program Finale
is *not* used for music composition.

After he dodges that one, you can ask him about anti-aliasing,
fonts and screen shots.
He has some great theories on that one.

IOW the guy has no clue what he is talking about.

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