a data licensing problem

John Cowan jcowan at reutershealth.com
Sat Nov 9 05:20:10 UTC 2002

Russell Nelson scripsit:

> And that's
> exactly what this customer wants: respect from the open source people
> and money from the Windows people.

And which am I?  I'm typing now on a Windows system that's ssh-ed to
a Linux system running elm.  Does it matter if I use the proprietary
or the Cygwin ssh client?  Exactly how do I get to use your client's
data, if at all?  If I want to count the number of data elements, is
it critical which version of Perl I use?  Or do I have to keep the
data solely on the Linux filesystem and only access it from the console?
What does this all have to do with the OSD?

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