On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Ruairi Newman wrote:
) > I think you're deliberately reading into this negatively. RMS was pointing
) > out that since they have previously violated the GPL, they need to have
) > their GPL rights reinstated. And this constitutes seeking forgiveness for
) I wouldn't agree with you there. As a license violation is involved,
) the acting of asking forgiveness from the developers would be merely a
) gesture of goodwill, and would not remedy the breach of the GPL, surely?
Well, in this context take forgiveness to mean both forgive and relicense.
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