GPL Violation in Windows 7

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  1. venami

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    Hmmm. Somethings MS cannot stop being taken from Open Source.
     
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    Yes. MS really cannot cope up with the speed of the developers' strength of FOSS community.
     
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    I think taking the software down is a very boding/bodeable/bodeful/whatever thing to do. I wouldn't expect anything else unless they had concrete proof that there was absolutely no chance at all that there was even the remote possibility of a GPL violation.
     

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