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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Jason Brooks tagged licensing

"I don't agree with the assumption that license management is necessarily a complex task," he said. "I think that to suggest that....would belie the heroic efforts of the vast majority of software users." It's not complex, but it requires heroic effort?

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"if Solaris really is to be released under the GPLv3, maybe the advantage of avoiding unnecessary non-compatible licence issues could be enough of an advantage that it might be worth trying to re-license the Linux kernel under the GPLv3 too."

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"The new build, dubbed SP2c, includes no fixes or feature changes, but was created simply to address the shrinking pool of product keys. XP Pro SP2c, which has been released to manufacturing, will be made available to OEMs and system builders next month,

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After a few months' delay--during which the Free Software Foundation mulled over how to make the world safe for GNU-manity in the face of Microsoft and Novell's patent, collaboration and baby-seal-clubbing accord--there's a new draft of the GNU General Pu

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When I learned that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, which is a big release for Red Hat to which I've been looking forward for some time, was coming out on March 14, one of the first thoughts that crossed my mind was, "Great, when's CentOS 5 coming out?"

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Microsoft responded to Guttman's paper earlier this month, maintaining that content owners demanded the premium content restrictions. According to Microsoft, "if the policies[associated with the premium content] required protections that Windows Vista

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