This is not the linux-kernel mailing list; you do not get to be
rude just because you feel grumpy, disagree with someone else's
reasoning, or drank decaf by accident.
— Bryan O'Sullivan
The legal rights to kernel code of course belong to the kernel
developers, who are actively working to undermine
enforcement. That's not in question here; as frustrating as it is,
this is their legal right.
The moral rights to the code, on the other hand, belong to every
member of the public who, if the GPL were being properly enforced
on the kernel, would have the right to obtain and use this code to
enable them to use previously-unsupported hardware with Linux.
— Rich Felker
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