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00: When is Circumvention ethically and legally viable? (Jean Camp)
01: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian Shire)
02: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian J. Fox)
03: Re: When is Circumvention ethically and legally viable? (Chip Mefford)
04: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian Shire)
05: Re: When is Circumvention ethically and legally viable? (Jack Park)
06: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian J. Fox)
07: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian Shire)
08: Re: When is Circumvention ethically and legally viable? (Ian Lance Taylor)
09: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Ian Lance Taylor)
10: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Tom Lord)
11: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Tom Lord)
12: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian J. Fox)
13: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian Shire)
14: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Douglas O'Flaherty)
15: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
16: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Simo Sorce)
17: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
18: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
19: Re: When is Circumvention ethically and legally viable? (Chip Mefford)
20: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian Shire)
21: Re: When is Circumvention ethically and legally viable? (Jean Camp)
22: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Tom Lord)
23: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Robin 'Roblimo' Miller)
24: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Tom Lord)
25: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Peter Wayner)
26: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Tom Lord)
27: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (David Kaufman)
28: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Taran Rampersad)
29: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: (Robin 'Roblimo' Miller)
30: Development process (Ian Lance Taylor)
31: Re: Development process (Bill White)
32: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Seth Gordon)
33: Re: Development process (Tom Lord)
34: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian Shire)
35: Re: Development process (Taran Rampersad)
36: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
37: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
38: Disguising open source code as a proprietary software product (Robin 'Roblimo' Miller)
39: Re: Disguising open source code as a proprietary software product (Giles)
40: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Brian Shire)
41: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
42: Re: Disguising open source code as a proprietary software product (Rich Bodo)
43: Re: Disguising open source code as a proprietary software product (Ralph Corderoy)
44: Re: Disguising open source code as a proprietary software product (Robin 'Roblimo' Miller)
45: Re: Disguising open source code as a proprietary software product (Rich Bodo)
46: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Karsten M. Self)
47: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
48: Intellectual exercise: case study fsb (Jesus M Gonzalez-Barahona)
49: Re: Ransom GPL Licensing: ethically and legally viable? (Karsten M. Self)
50: Re: Intellectual exercise: case study fsb (Jean Camp)
51: platform subscriptions as business model (RHAT 10-Q) (Tom Lord)
52: Re: platform subscriptions as business model (RHAT 10-Q) (Faber Fedor)
53: Re: platform subscriptions as business model (RHAT 10-Q) (Tom Lord)
54: Re: platform subscriptions as business model (RHAT 10-Q) (Bjorn Reese)
55: Re: platform subscriptions as business model (RHAT 10-Q) (Ralph Corderoy)
56: Re: platform subscriptions as business model (RHAT 10-Q) (Tom Lord)
57: The upcoming state of IT (Benjamin J. Tilly)
58: hmm (Tom Lord)
59: Re: hmm (Rich Persaud)
60: Re: hmm (Simon Cozens)
61: Re: hmm (Robin 'Roblimo' Miller)
62: Re: hmm (Seth Gordon)
63: Re: hmm (Benjamin J. Tilly)
64: Re: hmm (Simon Cozens)
65: Re: hmm (Rich Bodo)
66: Re: hmm (Benjamin J. Tilly)
67: that "discard" thing (Tom Lord)
68: Re: hmm (Rich Bodo)
69: Re: that "discard" thing (Stephen J. Turnbull)
70: Metastable oscillators (Stephen J. Turnbull)
71: Re: Metastable oscillators (Rich Bodo)
72: Re: that "discard" thing (Seth Gordon)
73: Re: that "discard" thing (Simon Cozens)
74: Re: that "discard" thing (Casey West)
75: Re: that "discard" thing (Robin 'Roblimo' Miller)
76: Intro and question (Faber Fedor)
77: Re: Metastable oscillators (Benjamin J. Tilly)
78: Re: Intro and question (Brian J. Fox)
79: Re: Intro and question (Alan Hudson)
80: Re: Intro and question (Taran Rampersad)
81: Re: hmm (Jean Camp)
82: Re: that "discard" thing (Jean Camp)
83: Re: Intro and question (Alex)
84: Re: Intro and question (DV Henkel-Wallace)
85: Re: that "discard" thing (Tom Lord)
86: Re: Intro and question (Robin 'Roblimo' Miller)
87: Re: Intro and question (Rich Bodo)
88: Re: Intro and question (Rich Bodo)
89: forward composition vs. reverse accounting (Rich Persaud)
90: Re: Intro and question (Tim O'Reilly)
91: Re: Intro and question (Peter Wayner)
92: Re: Intro and question (Tom Lord)
93: Re: Intro and question (Tim O'Reilly)
94: Re: Intro and question (Tim O'Reilly)
95: Re: hmm (Stephen J. Turnbull)
96: Re: Intro and question (Chris Maeda)
97: $1,250 (Tom Lord)
98: Re: $1,250 (Jesse Vincent)
99: Re: $1,250 (Tom Lord)