On Tue, Dec 09, 2003, Chris Dillon wrote:
> On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Colin Percival wrote:
> > I don't think anyone said it was draconian; merely that it was
> > GPL-incompatible. And they're not using BSD TCP/IP code any more;
> > just some userland code (eg, ftp).

> http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tre.../copyright.asp
> Check out some of the code attributions in that copyright notice,
> which still includes a generic UCB attribution as well as one to Luigi
> Rizzo (which Phil Karn mentioned is "Luigi's reliable multicast
> implementation", but it could also be DummyNet, IPFW, and/or NAT
> related), the code from which probably came right out of FreeBSD.
> --
> Chris Dillon - cdillon(at)wolves.k12.mo.us
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It's somewhat amusing that one of the notices has the advertising
clause. It looks like they didn't notice that.

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