Re: LPPL and source-less distribution
* Michael K. Edwards <email@example.com> [050613 21:21]:
> On 6/13/05, Raul Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > For the record, I am not at all comfortable with your characterization
> > of opinions different from your own as "crack-smoking".
> C'mon, Raul. The "crack-smoking GPL" refers to an interpretation
> ("non-contract license", "functional use results in a derivative
> work") that I and others have demonstrated to have no basis in law
You have expressed this your opinion multiple times. I think your
increasing use of words like words and phrases like "crack-smoking",
"deceitful" etc make a good point about how 'convincing' your
> It wouldn't be the first time that a much-needed reform got put
> off for an extra century because the people carrying the banner of
> reform behaved in a manner repugnant to those who understood that the
> existing system, while flawed, was better than anarchy.
Ah, so we are not only crack-smoking but also targeting anarchy?
Bernhard R. Link