On Thu, Aug 13, 1998 at 02:14:08AM +0100, Philip Hands wrote: > > Any modification of the code creates a different standard, defeating the > > whole purpose of the standard. Copyright produces an identity for the item > > under copyright that can not be smudged in this fashion without smudging > > that identity. The standard needs its own identity in a fashion that > > cannot be smudged into non-existance. > > Are you saying that the code _is_ the standard ? > > If that's the case I can see your point. > > I'd assumed the code was just an implementation of the standard. I'd assumed the code was jast a program to verify the validate of the system with the sandard. I'am right? Grisu -- Michael Bramer - a Debian Certified Linux Developer http://www.debian.org PGP: finger email@example.com -- Linux Sysadmin -- Use Debian Linux "The Box said 'Windows NT or better', so I installed Debian Linux"
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