Re: The QPL
John Hasler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Raul Miller writes:
> > You're right, this is even below the threshold of fair use.
> Fair use has a vaguely defined upper threshold, but no lower one.
Ok, but as was pointed out there are some things just too trivial
to be covered by copyright.
Anyways, this is just nitpicking.
> or not copying ten lines from a 1000 page work is fair use depends on the
> use, not the size of the fragment. I can see no way that copying a portion
> of someone else's program into yours could ever be fair use.
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