Thomas Vecchione wrote:
Hi Seablade :)
normally "unusual exception" is a linguistic tautology, because normally
"exceptions" are "unusual", but I guess for juridically stuff there are
exceptions that occur frequently. This one really seems to be an
E.g. Miss B. promised to accept the GPL, that might give Miss R. the
right to decompile the application, but Miss R. suspected Miss B. to be
a liar and if Miss B. would be a liar and not accept the GPL, Miss R.
might not have the right to decompile it, OTOH the list believes Miss
B., therefore whatever Miss R. is thinking, she might have the right to
decompile it, OTOH accepting the GPL without coming along with the GPL
... this could become a never ending story.
I wonder that at this point nobody is very badly annoyed about this
dispute, because it has become a useless back and forth.
I guess I'll shut up now, as long as there will be not another issue
about the GPL.
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