Subject: My only post ever Re: copyright questions
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Greg Earle <earle@isolar.Tujunga.CA.US>
Date: 06/13/1997 14:27:23
> Phil Knaack drunkenly mumbled...
>> But really, this discussion isn't *about* OpenBSD.
>> Or is it?
> no it isn't. it isn't even about NetBSD. or OpenBSD, or Linux, or 2.11BSD,
> it's about copyrights, who's wrong and who's right.
No, it isn't about copyrights, it's about ego and it's about trivia and it's
about pointless wanking about nothing in particular.
The vast majority of the unread mail sitting in my ~/inbox in front of this
message I'm replying to are current-users posts with a Subject: of
"Re: copyright questions". I'm going to delete them all without looking at
any of them. I don't see how any of it is relevant to the code that is
"NetBSD-current" (hint: you can't compile it, since it's in a comment (-: )
copyright == a tree
lack of formal ATAPI CD-ROM support, lack of bootable CD-ROM == a forest
Doesn't anyone remember the last Usenix NetBSD BOF?
Can you all take this to netbsd-copyright or netbsd-legalwranglings, please?!?
Is it *really* necesssary to be argued here, in this forum?