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  Hostility to GPL people, no.. (mod -2/36)
by Bob Beck (129.128.11.43) (beck@openbsd.org) on Thu Sep 13 17:58:32 2007 (GMT)
 
I don't think it (should) create hostility toward "GPL people" - I have lots of freinds who prefer the GPL and know my preferences. We respect
each other and find common ground - if we're working together we ensure
that each others changes are not given with a poison pen.

Now, hostility towards people with hidden agendas who obviously do not treat such relationships with respect? Sure. there's hostility there.
But that's not about the particular license. that's about a lack of respect for each other. People like that come in all flavours of license.




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