CDDL-licensed stuff in the Linux kernel is evil, right? Thot
*In* the kernel? AFAICS, you can't do that and distribute. If you're
not distributing, I don't care what your license is (and I tend to
doubt Linus cares as much as I do -- he wants his code used more than
anything, I think -- World Domination Now!, nyet? :)
If you mean a module using only the published API, well, *shrug*. I
guess I can bring myself to frown if it will make you feel better!
>  I did that twice, and in both cases was snubbed, ignored, and
> given zero cooperation, and generally upset by the experience.
>  The RMS concept of "cooperation" has been explicitly defined as
> "When Emacs gets 100% of what I want, we can work together."
Curious. The dynamic on emacs-devel has changed quite a bit
Yes, Stefan and Yidong are reasonable fellows.
Though his RSI was by all accounts a lot less severe than Ben
No comparison, but I doubt that was much comfort to either of them.
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