FSF is creating a problem that never existed!
Posted Oct 2, 2006 18:05 UTC (Mon) by tzafrir
In reply to: FSF is creating a problem that never existed!
Parent article: Busy busy busybox
There is one ample difference between the GPLv3 process and free software development:
If Linus gets a major thing wrong, he puts on his brown paper bag, fixes the problem, and releases a new version. If a tiny-little bug was found, it would probably wait for the next release.
In this case there is no "next release". All bugs need to be found in the current release (GPLv3). Or they'll remain for practically forever.
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