Re: Solaris 2.6 and Linux

Frank Sweetser (rasmusin@WPI.EDU)
Sun, 28 Sep 1997 10:53:24 -0400

==> Regarding Re: Solaris 2.6 and Linux; Raul Miller <> adds:

rdm> Sounds like an opportunity for a reputable source code broker.

rdm> Here's the concept: source code broker doesn't charge anything to the
rdm> people providing source, but charges clients who order the source the
rdm> nominal distribution charge. People who want to use FSF software but
rdm> not distribute source send a copy off to the source code broker, who
rdm> takes responsibility for the re-distribution of the result.

rdm> Ok, I'll offer my services as a source code broker (see, you can't say
rdm> they don't exist any more).

Excellent idea! Might I suggest you also post this on the
comp.os.linux.announce and perhaps some other announce newsgroups?

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