On 11/10/05, Jim Thompson <jim at netgate dot com> wrote:
> I don't want to take the position of GPL apologist on a BSD-inspired
> list, nor am I avocating including GPL licensed code in m0n0wall (or
> m0n0bsd, or pfSense, or...) but this represents a fundamental
> misunderstanding of the terms of the GPL.
> Short version: Um, Nope!
> Combining 'A' and 'B' (especially in a non-executable format) does not
> automatically make 'A' subject to the license of 'B' (nor vice versa).
> I can expound in depth on the legal theory that supports this (as well
> as the FSF's stated position), but that subject is so off-topic for this
> list that I'll merely let it rest until further agitated.
Yes of course. I'm simply making remarks to this comment:
"I talked to the appweb people they said that if m0n0wall is based on the GNU
license we can use it free of charge."