[Asterisk-Dev] End of public smear campaign by pimpsoft

dking at pimpsoft.com dking at pimpsoft.com
Fri Jul 30 13:23:42 MST 2004

I have nothing against free software. I support it with every fiber 
of my being, a large part of my day, and a non negligible amount of 
my own money. I also run it in every computer I own to some extent, 3 
of them only use it.

Only someone who hates free software would want someone else to 
attack the FSF; You just shown your true colors.

On 30 Jul 2004 at 16:02, Justin wrote:

> On Fri, 30 Jul 2004 12:13:23 -0700, dking at pimpsoft.com
> <dking at pimpsoft.com> wrote:
> > I have been a friend of the open source community since the early
> > 90's; If you want to take someone trying to help by perhaps being
> > overly zealous then so be it, but you are forgetting that not only do
> > I support free software but as the good doctor aptly put several
> > posts ago, I am a populist and as such I and my ideals would only
> > benefit if this project took off as it would put pressure on the
> > proprietary business model of the telecommunications industry; I have
> > no reason what so ever to try to destroy this project and every
> > reason to help it as I can in some way.
> oh please. if you were trying to help you would have read the gpl, and
> read the gpl faq. even the fsf requires contributors to their gpl
> products to disclaim their copyright or assign it to the fsf.
> http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl-faq.html#AssignCopyright
> seeing as they wrote and maintain the gpl i think they speak with a
> bit more 'authority' than you. rather than rail against digium for
> following the practices of the fsf, perhaps you should go to the
> source - sue for an injunction against the fsf and let's just see how
> for you get.
> -justin
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