Does SCO own read-copy-update?
Posted Jun 13, 2003 16:23 UTC (Fri) by iabervon
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It's possible that the Monterey contract gives each participant the right to use the code developed in it, but not the right to transfer the license to this code to outsiders without the permission of the other participants. This would make sense for a partnership agreement between proprietary software vendors, as it would prohibit commoditization of the results if one of the participants lost interest while letting each of the participants get their money's worth.
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