Re: license questions.
On Mon, 2002-10-07 at 18:47, Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> I'm sorry that you feel you must contest everything we say. If you
> don't want "our" opinion, then don't solicit it on our mailing list.
> You say you are looking for an "Open Source" license that makes forks
> impossible. We're telling you that's not possible because that right
> of the premises of Open Source. If you ever find such a license, please
> let us know!
wow wow wow.... oki sorry for the offense and that i pissed on your
knee. i just wanted to know about 'possible other solutions' and i was
sent here by some debian people because they told me that i may find
answers here. i now understand that i asked on the wrong place. this
will definately be my last mail that i carbon copy to this list.
i just decided to release bins only or simply forget what i planned to
do. it's better for your health, better for the health of the people
here on the list and better for the masses outside.
at the final end it's not the matter of some opensource like licenses or
freedom. at the final end it's the user himself. if you release some-
thing for free you get a shitload of new friends if you don't they flame
you until you get totally pissed off. i sometimes ask myself if it's all
worth it sitting at home investigating into things for basically nothing
because there are some suckers outside that have nothing better to do to
force their shit on you.
well let's forget it. but thanks anyways for your great reply. people
like you are not worth the effort of writing any software. something
that pisses me more off than knowing that you can fork stuff is. to know
that people like you are using it.
my apologizes and big excuses for everyone else on this list. my main
intention wasn't to start a flame or become offensive but i don't
tollerate to be pissed off like this by anyone.
Name....: Ali Akcaagac
Status..: Student Of Computer & Economic Science