Apple and Open Source
jdassen at wi.leidenuniv.nl
Wed Mar 17 09:53:49 UTC 1999
On Wed, Mar 17, 1999 at 09:09:51 +0000, Jules Bean wrote:
> b) Regain control of the OS mark, and enforce it.
I agree. Let's go about it nicely at first, and if a company persists in
labelling something "Open Source" that isn't, use the judical system ("cease
and desist" letters).
> Opensource.org should have a high-profile front-page saying "The APSL is
> not currently considered open-source, because..", "The IBM Jikes licenses
> is not currently considered open-source, because..."
Agreed, but most likely that means SPI will have to take back opensource.org
first. Bruce, you're the current administrative contact for opensource.org,
which is registered on behalf of SPI under its old address; what's your take
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