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dspguy
Re: SCO Claims Copyright Trumps GPL, Funny, very funny, tell me another!
08/15/03 6:09 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 122 Words

SCO sells said code under the GPL and claims to be one of the open source guys. Now SCO wants to shake down the Linux marketplace for protection money (against lawsuits by them) and runs into the little problem that they can't because...

jhubbard83
Re: Time for a Court Ruling on the GPL?
08/31/04 6:47 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 384 Words

a) remove the offending GPL code from the product and provide a non-infringing product.
b) provide all of the source code required to be within compliance
c) recall the products and provide appropriate compensation to the customer.
In situation b, what would occur when Quest shows...

ThomasFrayne
Nitpicking the GPL
07/21/04 11:12 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 497 Words

... you seem to want to nitpick the GPL, here are some nitpicking answers to your argument.
GPL3 is not vaporware. Pre-beta versions can be found on the web.
..
GPL2 was written by Richard Stallman, who is not a lawyer. However, Eben Moglen is...

dbsoft
GPL *IS* virus-lke
04/30/11 7:48 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 119 Words

... think you are missing what part of the GPL is viral. You don't have to modify any GPL code... if you merely link with GPL code.... you must release all of the linked code under the GPL. THAT is the viral quality...

BrucePerens
GPL license termination is more complicated than you understand
09/11/11 8:09 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 819 Words

... Barbara,

I am the original author of Busybox, and the one who applied the GPL license to it. I am not, however, the person who brings the lawsuits - that's a later developer who chose not to involve me. So,...

seanlynch
GPL is so popular because it is so business friendly
09/18/08 11:10 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 261 Words

... GPL is extremely friendly to businesses looking to generate profit from software. Section 4 of GPL V.3 clearly states:

"You may charge any price or no price for each copy that you convey, and you may offer support or warranty...

gdamjan
No need to avoid using GPL software ...
06/09/04 6:47 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 120 Words

> whether it is the GPL or a restrictive end-user
> license, the choice is to avoid using that
> software or to negotiate a different license.
There's no need to avoid using GPL software, even if you disagree with its wording. The GPL gives all...

Conficio
Re: What's the GPL?
02/04/08 8:41 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 85 Words

... the best of my understanding, "For example, the GNU GPL Latest News about GPL mandates that those who use software covered by its license make available the source code." is not a correct statement.
The GPL does not demand anything of that sort...

BenFRayfield
Re: Is the GPL OK for DNA?
06/14/13 8:20 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 217 Words

Since DNA is both a language and uses quantum properties to define behaviors statistically, it is a kind of quantum software, and any precedents about software apply to it, including that its a form of communication and can be licensed open source GPL ...

WorBlux
GPL
09/09/11 10:12 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 149 Words

The GPL says that you have no rights if you do not accept the license, which is simply not true. "

Both v2 and v3 say you do not need to accept to run the software, and that the application is...

pogson
GPL
10/03/09 6:25 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 91 Words

... seems Garmin also gets the GPL. They include source code at http://developer.garmin.com/linux/

"propietary build of Mobil Linux" could be expanded a bit. It may be that some parts of the distributed binary code are proprietary and some are FLOSS/GPL.

pogson
Does Cisco Respect the GPL?
01/07/09 4:48 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 59 Words

... does this programme sit with the suit FSF v Cisco re violation of the GPL? If Cisco is going to use Linux as a base they must respect the GPL in distributing their boxes. It is questionable whether FLOSS heroes will contribute...

gumout
Re: First US GPL Lawsuit: What's 'Free' Got to Do With It?
09/21/07 12:22 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 386 Words

... SFLC is using threats of copyright infringement prosecution under the GPL as a tatical matter to force Monsoon Multimedia to comply with a contractual covenant. The SFLC will never allow a federal court to examine the GPL on its merits.
If the suit...

bayo
Re: Sun Slams Predatory GPL
04/08/05 4:59 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 103 Words

... GPL is more effective at speedily raising the living standards of an environment than restricted licensing.
Consider an intent by a developing country to build an IMS - IP Multimedia Service (communication network) - employing licensed software and then consider such an attempt...

raton
Re: Sun Slams Predatory GPL
04/07/05 2:41 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 29 Words

... Schwartz knows very well how the GPL works. Does he really believe his rhetoric will fool someone into believing the GPL does something it specifically says it...

ccady
Wrong. GPL helps developing nations. Schwartz doesn't care.
04/06/05 10:56 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 99 Words

The GPL is a huge benefit to developing...

fullewr
GPL License
08/16/04 4:03 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 128 Words

If you chose to distribute the code, then you must distribute it under the terms of the GPL. What you cannot do, is take the work of someone else (the existing GPL code) and incorporate it into your application, then sell it...

gumout
Re: Sticks, Stones and the GPL: Responding to Readers
08/10/04 10:39 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 402 Words

The GPL is a nonexclusive license and cannot transfer
any NON-TANGIBLE copyright ownership rights.
Unless we can *distribute* our code to others, open
source software is a meaningless term.
A copyright owner can *distribute* copies (FIXED IN A
TANGIBLE MEDIUM) by:
a) sale or transfer of ownership
b) rental
c) lease
d)...

ThomasFrayne
SCOG previously claimed GPL unconstitutional in court filings
05/03/04 12:44 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 27 Words

... claim that GPL is unconstitutional was made, but not in a letter. It was in SCOG's court filings: a claim that SCOG has now explicitly...

andrecaldas
Re: Linux (Finally) Ready for the Desktop
02/15/04 7:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 926 Words

* I belive that you were talking about the license known as GPL that is used as a license for many "open source" software available. The license states that you are "free" to modify, copy, sell, redistribute the software as much as you...

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