OSI approves Micrsoft shared licenses - Linux

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  1. OSI approves Micrsoft shared licenses


    http://news.yahoo.com/s/infoworld/20...ILq5uTT34jtBAF


    San Francisco (IDGNS) - The board of the Open Source Initiative (OSI)
    has approved two Microsoft licenses that allow proprietary source code
    to be shared, a move that is likely to inspire protest and spur
    controversy for die-hard open source proponents.


  2. Re: OSI approves Micrsoft shared licenses

    Micoshaft Asstrotrufing Impersonator of Sinister Midget wrote on behalf
    Micoshaft Corporation:

    >
    > http://news.yahoo.com/s/infoworld/20071016

    tc_infoworld/92638;_ylt=AmohZTFBjodufrILq5uTT34jtBAF
    >
    >
    > San Francisco (IDGNS) - The board of the Open Source Initiative (OSI)
    > has approved two Microsoft licenses that allow proprietary source code
    > to be shared, a move that is likely to inspire protest and spur
    > controversy for die-hard open source proponents.



    Micoshaft employees trying to impersonate other COLA posters
    is about as novel as Micoshaft pretending they can do open source.
    Its like trying to believe a leopard can change its spots.

    Believe in micoshaft licenses at your own peril.

    Stick to GPL and you can't go wrong.
    http://www.fsf.org



  3. Re: OSI approves Micrsoft shared licenses

    After takin' a swig o' grog, the pansy-assed thief of the hitherto
    honoralbe Sinister Midget belched out this bit o' wisdom:

    [drivel]

    Nym-stealing idiot.

    --
    Plonk!

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