Re: OT Linux patents and Hurd?
> Has any read that a possible 283 patent violations could be in the Linux
> Does anyone know the possible ramifications of this?
Not as dire as you think.
> Also what do you feel the timeline is for Hurd to actually become the
> main kernel for Debian?
The Hurd probably contains a proportionate number of infringements, as does
any large piece of software (Microsoft Windows, for example).
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