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Old 06-10-2007, 11:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Alan Cox on Patent Law and MS-Novell Deal


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Alan Cox talks about cooperation with hardware vendors, US patent law, and what GPLv3 is going to mean for Novell: "Personally I think [the MS-Novell deal] is a bad idea and that Novell are going to get stung by the GPLv3, and rightfully so. The license is designed to keep the software free, if it fails to do this then it needs fixing, so GPLv3 hopefully will fix this flaw."

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