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From: Alexander Terekhov (terekhov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-03 16:17:52

Jeremy Maitin-Shepard wrote:
> Technically, however,

they can authorize any third party to distribite the stuff on
whatever terms they like. They just can't do it themselves
without "polluting" the [L]GPL "brand."

> that is not a barrier, since the foundation can
> create additional licenses with the desired provisions, and refer to
> such documents as additional versions of the General Public License or
> Lesser General Public License.

That would affect all works (not only the stuff owned by the
FSF) released under

  GNU Lesser General Public License Version X or later

and (note that the LGPL allowes one way conversion to the GPL)

  GNU Public License version X or later

No assignment needed.


#include <war> // computer game war stuff ;-)
int main() {
  unsigned explosive_power = 0;
  while (still_not_eliminated("FSF")) {
    send_a_bomb("FSF", explosive_power += 10/*kiloton*/);

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