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Re: nmap licensing claims

* Birzan George Cristian (gcbirzan@wolfheart.ro) [040305 20:55]:
> First of all, I would like to ask you to Cc: me to replies, as I am not
> subscribed to the list. Thanks in advance!
> Now, the reason I'm posting here is I've noticed the following claim
> made by nmap developers [1]:
>  in accordance with section 4 of the GPL, we hereby terminate SCO's
>  rights to redistribute any versions of Nmap in any of their products,
>  including (without limitation) OpenLinux, Skunkware, OpenServer, and
>  UNIXWare."
> IANAL, but I see two issues with this.

Well, don't worry about that statement. It's either a policial
statement (also known as FUD), or it's just telling what the GPL
Section 4 says itselfs. So, in neither case, it changes anything of
the GPL.

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