GRsecurity is preventing others from redistributing source code

concernedfossdev at concernedfossdev at
Wed Jun 1 22:22:23 UTC 2016

June 1 2016 4:27 PM, "Xen" <list at> wrote:
> concernedfossdev at schreef op 01-06-2016 16:15:
>> He has frustrated the purpose of the agreement (the grant) he had with
>> the original licensor, and thus
>> the grant fails. In other words: he has violated the license.
> So what do you want? For him to go out of business?
> Do you want free access to his work? Which is it?

It doesn't matter what I want, but I ask:
He had open access to a much greater work, why does it bother you if those whom he took the larger work from might want access to whatever changes he had made to their work and has distributed to others; or simply that the others to whom the changes have been distributed be able to contribute it back to they whom have originated the original work in the first place.

It seems very strange that you seem to object to this.
It is only fair.

Spengler could have written his own kernel from scratch, or hired a team, like those before him did.

Instead he forked a GPL'd work, and the developers did infact choose the GPL and not the BSD license, and for a reason.

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