Re: The draft Position statement on the GFDL
@ 12/05/2004 00:02 : wrote Raul Miller :
As of USC 17, I don't, granted, by as of Leis 9.609/98 and 9.610/98
(Brazilian "computer programs" law, and "author's rights" law,
respectively, and case law), *I* *do*: "you can make any copies
necessary in the course of the normal use of the computer program" (or
else the license would have to regulate copies from CD to HD, from HD to
SDRAM, from SDRAM to cache L2, from cache L2 to cache L1, from cache L1
to instruction register, and so on...)
I don't think you understand what copyright law allows you
to do in the absence of explicit permission.
In the paladium gcc tangent, it was section 2 that would not have been
Which item would not have been followed?