Re: Moglen's "all good faith"
On 1/20/06, Alexander Terekhov <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 1/20/06, Andrew Donnellan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > There are some (bad) parts in the linux kernel that are not GPL, and
> > even some parts which could be considered non-free. Look through the
> > individual file copyright notices.
> Sorry, but under Moglen's own theory, it is enough to have a tiny piece
> of GNU GPL'd code to make the entire "program" (in this case kernel
> "as a whole", user space aside for a moment [RMS includes that as well])
> GNU GPL'd. And, BTW, how come that the FSF's "compliance lab" didn't
> purify the kernel of *GNU*/Linux?
Because FSF doesn't own any copyrights in Linux - it doesn't contribute.
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