Can anyone say his or her software is open source?
chris.gray at acunia.com
Wed Oct 31 08:55:01 UTC 2001
a similar case has been discussed here in the past few days: look
for MrNet in the archives. The bottom line is that while the term
"open source" does not enjoy strong legal protection, a polite
note calling attention to the fact that the term does have a widely-
accepted definition can work wonders.
You'll also see that Going To The Media (tm) was proposed and
rejected as a first approach: softly softly did it.
VM Architect, ACUNIA
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