Re: what's the killer app for GNU/Linux systems?
On Tue, Dec 05, 2006 at 11:02:12AM -0700, Nate Duehr wrote:
> Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
> >On Fri, Dec 01, 2006 at 09:52:16PM -0700, Nate Duehr wrote:
> I can send you some non-GPL'ed non-Copyrighted code right now. Would
> you like some?
> You're adding things that simply don't need to exist. They *do* exist
> for *some* code, including GPL'ed code, but licensing of ANY sort
> (including Copyright, which is nothing more than another contrived
> license allowed by law in many places) *restricts* the use of code in
> some fashion. The only truly FREE code is code without any license at all.
> Code does NOT inherently *require* licensing or Copyright. You just
> think it does.
> What would you like me to send you? A two line BASIC program?
> 10 PRINT "HELLO"
> 20 GOTO 10
> Look - there you go. Free code. No Copyright, no license. Freely
This would be your licence. Thank you.
> I would tell you to do with it what you wish, but that would insinuate
> that you need to follow my wishes. You don't. It has no license or
> copyright. (Many countries call this "Public Domain".) You may
> incorporate my code into your own works freely without any encumberances
> of any kind. Enjoy. Or don't. Your choice.
Clause two of your licence. Thank you.