Re: reiserfs-utils_3.5.19-1_i386.changes REJECTED (fwd)
On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 05:00:38PM -0400, Raul Miller wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 12:22:26PM -0700, Andrew Lenharth wrote:
> > Then we have an interesting problem. This has already been discussed
> > on the linux kernel list. There consensus was it is consistant and
> > still free. At one point, either 2.4 or 2.6, this code will be in the
> > kernel. Do we move the kenrel into non-free?
> We might have to clip this code out of the kernels we distribute.
> Frankly, I think license this only needs a one word change (instead of
> "non-GPL", make it "non-GPLable" or "incompatible with GPL") to remove
> all ambiguity. However, we have every right to modify and redistribute
> the kernel, should we deem it necessary.
It doesn't matter either way. Even if it means "only GPL", it is still a
free software license. Linux is GPL, so it can be shipped with our system.
I would still recommend to look at the full license before a decision is
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