[tex-live] babel's greek nonfree

Sebastian Rahtz sebastian.rahtz@oucs.ox.ac.uk
06 Oct 2002 19:47:52 +0100

> Oh! That explains why Sun had postponed Solaris 9 x86: they were busy
> figuring out whether they can include Open Office in Solaris 9 x86:-) 

from what I could gather, Sun dont regard x86 as strategic; they
are content to let Linux have that part of the empire.

> My restriction does not prevent Sun from including the files in
> a distribution and if the Cretan people would buy a Solaris and would make
> commercial use of the software, then I would not lawsuit Sun.

so you say now. what about your heirs? if you are run over by a bus
tomorrow, perhaps your family will find this possible source
of revenue and start issuing lawsuits...

more to the point, if this stays in, what if I change my own copyright
to say  "no-one with the surname Patel can use it"? do you want that
restriction to be distributed?
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