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Re:Crossover Office is Open Source? Really?

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on April 13, 2002 01:55 AM
Don't need to apply any standards to Lindows. If Codewearvers asked the Wine team to wait a little and they said ok, then Codewearvers was effectively given a license to distribue Wine binaries without the code. But, this isn't the Wine project we're talking about. Last time I checked, there was a hell of a lot of GNU code in your average Linux distro and I doubt Lindows removed it all. If GNU says give up the code, then Lindows gives up the code or has no right to distribut binaries. It's that simple.

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