[squeak-dev] Re: MIT strikes back (was Re: [smalltalk-research] Re: [Esug-list] Google Summer Of Code 2010 news!!!)

Stéphane Ducasse stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Wed Mar 10 16:33:49 UTC 2010

> What the starting point is will depend on to what extent Cog has
>>> been open sourced  (Teleplace may choose to open source
>>> single-threaded Cog initially, keeping back the threaded FFI for
>>> a while, it may not open source Cog at all; we'll see :) ).
>> May be I the only one to notice the:)   which I have problem to
>> understand since for me it announces that COG may not be
>> open-source.
> Isn't this what you wanted to allow companies to do, when you chose the
> MIT license?  I don't understand, why should you care?
> I see some irony...
Not me. Freedom of choice is a political attitude. I understand GPL goal but I 
do not adhere to it. I respect people pushing it but not in my way. I'm not sure
that we should debate that here but we do not have the single answer.

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