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Xose Vazquez Perez xose at
Wed Oct 22 20:01:27 UTC 2003

Bill Rugolsky Jr. wrote:

> I'd like to offer public accolades to Red Hat for being explicit with
> trademark and license issues, and cleanly delineating the parts that are
> not open source and freely redistributable.  Red Hat is not required to do this,
> and historically some other vendors (SCO/Caldera OpenLinux, and others)
> have made it a point to entwine the pieces so as to frustrate attempts to
> reuse their work.
> Given the pressures and responsibilties on a publicly-traded company,
> this is all the more admirable.

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