In my mind it's absolutely not worth it. I believe there are
non-commercial protocol gateways from which a copy of linux (complete
with historical BK metadata) can be pulled and converted from.
Larry has his views whether 99.9999% of people disagree with him or not.
He can change the protocol as he sees fit, and we can pull the source
off of BK if we want.
He has stated before, it would be no skin off his balls (to paraphrase).
On Fri, 2003-07-18 at 15:30, Michael Buesch wrote:
> First I think, this list isn't the correct place for starting
> a bk-flame again.
> But I also share your opinion, that it's time to write even a
> free client.
> But how hard will it be? How big is the knowlege of the
> protocols bk uses? It'll be not easy, but for sure very interesting.
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