I'll stop replying to him, but it _is_ relevant that:
A) I stopped working on busybox in the first place because he made doing so intolerable.
B) I started Toybox in part to have a clean untainted environment without any possibility of his claim over it.
C) I never would have considered doing a BSD licensed project if GPLv2 hadn't been undermined by people who made GPLv3 intolerable. (I didn't leave the GPL, it left me.)
I'm working now to fill a market vacuum (mainframe -> minicomputer -> microcomputer -> smartphone, an "android self-hosting project" if you will), but I'm in a _position_ to do so because I was driven out of my old comfort zone by a variant of SCO's old "communicable taint" IP claims making my old project Unclean. What follows is me making the best of the hand I was dealt.