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Re: PHPNuke license

On Mon, Mar 03, 2003 at 03:38:48PM -0500, David Turner wrote:
> > > > Hm, you probably ought to be aware that the PHPNuke people seem to
> > > > have interpreted it as an authoritative statement from the FSF:
> > > > <http://phpnuke.org/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=4947>
> > > 
> > > I wish I had been more clear that IANAL and TINLA.
> > 
> > Well, you should at least try to set them straight now, although I
> > suspect you won't make much headway; I gather from other remarks that
> > have been made about PHPNuke that its author is the sort that will latch
> > onto any justification for his actions that is offered, and never let go
> > even if the circumstances behind that justification change.
> Yeah, but I'm not even sure what straight would be here, since there
> seems to be a lot of disagreement.  I would rather have a definitive
> answer first.

I think he just meant that you should try to tell them that your comments
weren't authoritative statements from the FSF.

> I could use a nice Al Samoud missile right now, to go with my anthrax
> poindexter Cocaine ANZUS ISEC Elvis counter terrorism Serbian smuggle
> jihad Kosovo Area 51 JPL CIDA North Korea IDEA undercover M-x spook.

Now emacs truly does have everything.

Glenn Maynard

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