Re: Why does no one care that Brad Spengler of GRSecurity is blatantly violating the intention of the rightsholders to the Linux Kernel?
- Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2017 15:12:45 +0200
- From: <tomas@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Why does no one care that Brad Spengler of GRSecurity is blatantly violating the intention of the rightsholders to the Linux Kernel?
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On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 02:25:54PM +0200, tony wrote:
> On 15/06/17 17:41, aconcernedfossdev@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > Why does no one care that Brad Spengler of GRSecurity is blatantly
> > violating the intention of the rightsholders to the Linux Kernel?
> > He is also violating the license grant, Courts would not be fooled by
> > his scheme to prevent redistribution.
> well, what, for example, have *you* done about it?
Don't bother. The original post is a troll. It has been carpet-bombed
(according to the headers) to
And judging by that it has been cross-posted to even more,
just piecemeal, so to not raise red flags in mailing list
I mean: the original topic is interesting, controversial and
all, and there's a lot to learn about licensing, governance,
communities and many other things.
It's even legitimate to grab this opportunity to discuss that
topic (as some have done upthread).
But don't expect aconcernedfossdev to answer to anything.
Heck, I doubt that (s)he has even the bandwidth to read a
significant fraction of the ripples (s)he has started on
those 6 mailing lists alone.
This behaviour is highly destructive and I think it shouldn't
be rewarded. I propose to y'all to start a new thread on
grsecurity if there is any interest in the discussion (the lwn
article mentioned upthread is definitely worth a read).
- -- tomás
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