On Thu, 2006-06-15 at 09:27 -0500, SDamron wrote:
> Well...Taking someone else's work, and claiming it is your own is just
> bad form. Not to mention that it could not be supported properly, as
> the one(s) who wrote it is/are the only one(s) who REALLY knows it. I
> have never understood some people's ability to do things like that,
> take the software, load it on a piece of hardware and sell it, that is
> fine, but taking credit for someone else's work is wrong.
Have a look on where you can find bsd-source. M$ admits to have included
bsd-code, it's just not as wellknown as apples usage of bsd.
> And, that ends today's lecture on morals :o)
I agree, but morals and legal use of the software isn't the same.
Buttom point is that it's legal to sell your own branded box with a
modified m0n0wall as long as you ubclkude the copyright notices.
Henning Wangerin <mailinglists dash after dash 041101 underscore reply dash not dash possible at hpc dot dk>