Oh, one more thing. The joke threads are supposed to
be reserved for Fridays. Since you're new you probably
didn't know that.
On Tue, Nov 7, 2017, at 12:04 AM, Eric Furman wrote:
> OK, my understanding of English must be broken because
> I do not understand any of this.
> I just wanted to warn you off starting any discussions about
> BSD vs GNU licensing schemes. Are minds are closed on
> this topic.
> On Mon, Nov 6, 2017, at 11:44 PM, Ywe Cærlyn wrote:
> > So archaically speaking, that is your biggest security issue right there.
> > For instance, if you eat much kebabs, your stomach sings The Quran, and
> > unfortunately "Mohammed and the companions".
> > If you eat much pizza, it sings The Bible, and "Jesus died for your
> > sins".
> > Now to equalize this, and get Transcendent Truth, for each 3 pizzas, eat
> > 1 kebab.
> > And you are archaically correct. - There is just one deity, as all
> > original monotheism teaches. Then you should be at security with The
> > Chief, justice prevail, and obtuseness conquered.
> > Peace.
> > Den 11/7/2017 05:10, skrev Ywe Cærlyn:
> > > As opposed to say, if you have ever had a moment of Mindful Zen, and
> > > thought of Transcendent Trueness. It is a "song" a bit more like
> > > "OpenBSD" and "3-clause licence". In other words, 1:1 reality. ;) That
> > > is why I got interested in OpenBSD instead.
> > >
> > > Peace.
> > >
> > > Den 11/7/2017 04:49, skrev Ywe Cærlyn:
> > >> Yes. I actually had a look a linux earlier. And found for instance a
> > >> 10ms filter in cpu measurement. I mean, then you haven´t really
> > >> understood what available resources in a computer is.. And in for
> > >> instance the LADSPA plugins, is tons of pointer variables. The real
> > >> song of the GNU licence is this. And "thou shall make no money". That
> > >> is why it is really going nowhere. WIth the 2 clause licence, you
> > >> hear a little bit of that song.. Just a warning, from someone who has
> > >> seen real obtusity in code.
> > >>
> > >> Den 11/7/2017 02:57, skrev Eric Furman:
> > >>> On Mon, Nov 6, 2017, at 03:28 PM, Ywe Cærlyn wrote:
> > >>>
> > >>>> First contribution: You should focus on the 3-clause licence. The two
> > >>>> 2-clause tries to be GNU, and that is a mistake I think.
> > >>> OK, you had me up till here and then this 'Contribution".
> > >>> Is this an attempt at humor? Last time I checked all of the
> > >>> GNU licenses were about 14 pages long of legalese.
> > >>> How is the simpler shorter 2 clause license more like GNU?
> > >>> Sounds like a troll...
> > >>>
> > >>
> > >