Subject: Re: what happened to the lm75(?) driver?
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From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/13/1999 14:48:32
[ On Monday, September 13, 1999 at 10:58:12 (-0600), Herb Peyerl wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: what happened to the lm75(?) driver?
> Provided that I, as a potential commercializer of a NetBSD based product,
> am not forced to include dozens of lines of attribution clause in the 1/3
> page ad I take out in Linux Journal because I need to mention that my
> product supports some arbitrary list of hardware for which there are
> NetBSD drivers written by dozens of different people who insist that I place
> their names in my 1/3 page ad.
Of course -- that's why my terms explicitly prohibit the use of my name
in marketing and promotional material without my direct permission.
That's why there's a seeming contradiction in my terms too -- I want
acknowledgment but I don't require it in places where it would detract
or cause unnecessary cost, and in fact I don't want it in places where
it might be more easily abused. Public acknowledgement != advertising.
Greg A. Woods
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