Re: GPL v3 Draft
* Bernhard R. Link:
> But it lists no conditions that that stuff is in any way free.
> When I do not misread it, it would even Microsoft to take any
> GPLv3 program, extend it, build an API around the extensions
> and distribute it together with their Operating system, only
> having to give the source without any of their extensions.
They already do this with Interix. As you write, it's a GPLv2
violation. I'm surprised that the FSF suddenly cares so much about
proprietary operating systems, although free and usable operating
systems have been created since the last GPL revision.