Re: New 'Public Domain' Licence
On 6/8/05, Glenn Maynard <email@example.com> wrote:
> Even if your claims are true, it would still require going to court to prove,
> and until somebody successfully does that, very few people are going to go
> against the FSF's claims. So, as a matter of actual practice, my statement
Agreed. It'll be interesting to see whether this is addressed in the
course of Wallace v. FSF.
> > yin-yang. My essay on this topic is rather long, is still in draft,
> > and might find a more formal publication channel, so I'm disinclined
> (Sorry, that was low. :)
Pretty funny, though. ;) But actually, a lawyer of my acquaintance
suggested that I consider submitting it to a law journal if it passes
his review, which I found rather flattering (if improbable). 33 pages
(with wide margins) is a little bit long even for /., though there's
certainly room to cut some fat.