An anonymous reader writes: Given heavy prior coverage of the issue, Slashdot readers would surely be interested to know that the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) has released three papers: Code Analysis of the Linux Wireless Team's ath5k Driver , Maintaining Permissive-Licensed Files in a GPL-Licensed Project , and Originality Requirements under U.S. and E.U. Copyright Law that put to rest the acrimony and arguing about the OpenBSD-ar5k-derived ath5k driver in Linux. A patch has also been sent to linux-wireless that makes sure all the copyright holders are credited. The story has been covered on ZD Net, Linux Watch, Groklaw, LWN, the OpenBSD Journal and on madwifi.org.
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