I was not trying to do, nor imply as much.
It is challenging for me to understand how a roster of RHEL's patches to its 2.6.32 kernel has value when Mr. Attems excavates it, but not when Red Hat provides it.
Because if it has value both ways, then clearly Red Hat has removed value from their kernel SRPM offering.
The pregnant question is whether such removed value brings the RHEL kernel SRPM below the threshold of being a "preferred form for modifying the work".
I acknowledge that, in your assessment, it doesn't.
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