On Fri, Nov 03, 2000 at 04:17:39PM +0000, fergal daly wrote:
> Or somebody is confusing Open Source and open source. One of these terms
> has a fairly strict definition (given by Eric Raymond and the Open
> Source Foundation(?) who I think have a trademark on Open Source) part
> of this definition is that you must be able to modify and redistribute
> under the same license as you received it. I would imagine this is what
> most people on this list mean by open source.
A trademark on "Open Source"? Hmmm...
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