ZDNet article - why attribution matters

Michael Bernstein webmaven at cox.net
Tue Nov 28 05:00:07 UTC 2006

On Mon, 2006-11-27 at 20:37 -0800, John-Sugar wrote:
> Just another example of a way to be technically OSI approved, but
> still protect your attribution marks. What happens if you remove all
> the redhat marks and compile the source? RHEL makes that super simple
> right? No compile issues? Any average developer should be able to do
> this right? Can you point me to an URL and instructions on how to do
> this? 

Well, building an entire distribution is not exactly the same thing as
compiling a package, but it so happens that this has already been done
for you:


- Michael R. Bernstein

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