Get ready....

bruce at bruce at
Thu Apr 15 03:32:00 UTC 1999

From: Arkin <arkin at>
> Copyright was invented to cover literary work and protect the authors of
> literary work. Legal documents are not literary works. There are so many
> ways you can express the same contractual agreement. Thus, you may
> freely copy all portions of the GPL that are strictly legal clauses.

That might be true in Israel, but not here.

> The GPL is, however, subject to trademark restrictions

No, it is not. GPL is not a trademark. If you don't believe me, ask Richard


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