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I can't think of a company with any motive to do so, across open source projects? What's the gain? Or is he just talking about the openoffice project, because then it's obvious ;).
LPC: Michael Meeks on LibreOffice and code ownership
Posted Nov 9, 2010 17:32 UTC (Tue) by AlexHudson (subscriber, #41828)
Posted Nov 26, 2010 18:26 UTC (Fri) by phython (subscriber, #3278)
Posted Nov 26, 2010 18:44 UTC (Fri) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946)
Posted Nov 9, 2010 20:11 UTC (Tue) by msnitzer (subscriber, #57232)
Posted Nov 9, 2010 20:44 UTC (Tue) by daglwn (subscriber, #65432)
I can't think of a company with any motive to do so, across open source projects?
Apple effectively requires copyright assignment for the LLVM/Clang suite, though no one really follows it. Since the license is BSD-ish, there's no real practical difference anyway. Apple does have a rather aggressive campaign against GPLv3.
Posted Nov 9, 2010 22:30 UTC (Tue) by Hanno (guest, #41730)
Posted Nov 27, 2010 17:16 UTC (Sat) by jospoortvliet (subscriber, #33164)
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