from the is-anyone-else-tired-of-this dept.
terrified writes "According to the Debian Weekly News, Debian evangelist Bruce Perens has talked to Corel and they said it would be fixed. Here's the relevant text:
"Corel has started a closed beta test of their Corel Linux
distribution. Unfortunatly, they did so under a very restrictive
license, that violates the GPL in several respects. The good news
is that Bruce Perens has already contected Corel and we're
promised that this will be fixed." I'm not sure about how they plan to "fix" it - isn't that a relatively easy thing to do, in light of the GPL nature of the code?
The Debian Weekly News is available here. The text of the message Bruce sent to the Debian-User group is here. "
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