Christofer C. Bell wrote:
On 2/22/06, Rex Dieter <rdieter(a)math.unl.edu> wrote:
>Christofer C. Bell wrote:
>>On 2/22/06, Andy Green <andy(a)warmcat.com> wrote:
>>The "whole idea" of the GPL and Free
>>software is to allow anyone to "add value" to what's out there.
>>That's not what CentOS and White Box do. They take someone else's
>>work, remove references to the people that did the work, and package
>>it up so that you can "freely" use Red Hat's efforts in creating
>You do understand that they're *required* by Red Hat to remove those
>"references to the people that did the work", right?
Yeah, buddy, I am. I'm not an idiot, I just think what they're doing
is morally wrong. Capiche?
The tone is a little bit strong I think. But anyway, I guess
that means you dislike the GPL, because this is exactly what
it is intended to foster.
NB: I don't particularly like the GPL, myself, so I'm not
one to argue against. Just pointing something out.
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