Linux follows a closed decision process
Posted Oct 2, 2006 10:11 UTC (Mon) by man_ls
In reply to: FSF is creating a problem that never existed!
Parent article: Busy busy busybox
So now "Linux is an open decision process"? Excuse me, but I don't find the "join" or "vote" buttons on kernel.org. Whatever happened to benevolent dictators? Furthermore, how come "GPL'd code is an open decision process"? Excuse me again, but if I write some piece of code I get to decide the license, not some "open decision process". If I modify GPL'd code and distribute it, I can hardly choose the license.
What did you exactly mean? It is hard to follow a logical discussion if factoids like these are thrown around at every turn without explanation.
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