Les Mikesell wrote:

On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 10:46 AM, Joerg Schilling
And the problem is the GPL. I recommend you to work on making all GPL code
freely combinable with other OSS.
Of course the problem it the GPL. Glad you recognize that. It's
whole point is the restriction against linking with anything with an
incompatible license which obviously prevents a lot of best-of-breed

You should read the GPL and get help to understand it. The GPL does not forbid
this linking. In contrary, the GPOL allows any GPLd program to be linked
against any library under and license. If this was not thecase, you could not
legally distribute binaries from GPLd programs.

My code is fully legal and there is absolutely no license problem with it.
Umm, no. Larry Wall clearly understood this eons ago.


Just do not follow the false claims from some OSS enemies...and believe the
lawyers that checked my code ;-)

My code was audited by "Sun legal", "Oracle legal" and by the legal department
from SuSe.
Sure, there is nothing 'wrong' with your licence as long as it isn't
mixed with anything with different restrictions. Just don't act
surprised that the code doesn't get used in projects that have to
accommodate GPL restrictions.

Again, don't follow the agitation from OSS enemies. You are of course wrong!

Question: when will RedHat follow the legal audits from these companies?
Question: If _you_ believe that it is OK to mix your code with GPL'd
code, why not add the dual licensing statement that would make it
clear for everyone else? It doesn't take anything away - unless you
really don't want it to be used in other projects.

Why should I do something that is not needed?

But before you like to discuss things with me, I recommend you to first inform
yourself correctly.

  I if course _don't_ mix CDDLd code with GPLd code.


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