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  • #16
    Originally posted by JS987 View Post
    People can troll against anything except BSD on Phoronix.
    No people can troll, they just cant be violent hate spewing zealots like that troll was. He FAR surpassed "trolling for fun" he was in a hateful category all his own.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by yogi_berra View Post
      Meanwhile, you turn a blind eye to Google's no gnu gpl in userspace policy. Maybe the problem isn't your silly religion based on copyright licenses but companies not wanting to get sued for using "free" software?
      Only stupid people think it's about religion. It's about practice and comfort. Copy left licenses don't fit into this categories from the end user stand point.

      EDIT: I forgot to say: it's mainly about freedom. It seems only GPL gives end user freedom.
      Last edited by Pawlerson; 07-16-2013, 05:27 PM.

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      • #18
        I see a bunch of GPLv3 flag wavers hit this thread with not a damn thing to contribute to the conversation at hand, FreeBSD.

        Get a life.

        You're all damn lucky these Corporations have invested billions into Linux because it would be a POS without it.

        Now the money is pouring back into big projects from corporations with zero interest in GPLv3 and it appears you asswipes don't mind using the code.
        1. LLVM
        2. Clang
        3. LLDB
        4. Compiler-RT
        5. CUPS
        6. ZFS
        7. WebKit
        8. AMD, Intel GPGPU Stacks
        9. mDNSresponder
        10. Apple Lossless Audio Codec
        11. Google Blink
        12. Google WebM
        13. MacRuby
        14. libc++abi
        15. libc++
        16. Dragonegg
        17. SAFECode project


        This is just a short list. Keep on smokin' the GPLv3 train. It's nothing without funding that GNU can't afford.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Marc Driftmeyer View Post
          You're all damn lucky these Corporations have invested billions into Linux because it would be a POS without it.
          If FreeBSD and the BSD license are so great, then howcome those same Corporations aren't investing billions into FreeBSD?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Marc Driftmeyer View Post
            I see a bunch of GPLv3 flag wavers hit this thread with not a damn thing to contribute to the conversation at hand, FreeBSD.

            Get a life.

            You're all damn lucky these Corporations have invested billions into Linux because it would be a POS without it.

            Now the money is pouring back into big projects from corporations with zero interest in GPLv3 and it appears you asswipes don't mind using the code.
            1. LLVM
            2. Clang
            3. LLDB
            4. Compiler-RT
            5. CUPS
            6. ZFS
            7. WebKit
            8. AMD, Intel GPGPU Stacks
            9. mDNSresponder
            10. Apple Lossless Audio Codec
            11. Google Blink
            12. Google WebM
            13. MacRuby
            14. libc++abi
            15. libc++
            16. Dragonegg
            17. SAFECode project


            This is just a short list. Keep on smokin' the GPLv3 train. It's nothing without funding that GNU can't afford.
            You should check out this LLDB devs link it shows how you have no idea whats going on with LLDB
            http://linux-debugger-bits.blogspot....-on-linux.html

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            • #21
              Looking forward to see the Radeon KMS driver being backported to 9.*, it'd be the last barrier to supporting 95% of desktop computer graphics cards now that they support Nvidia and Intel.

              It's a pity to see that the trolling started almost immediately, but it's an article about good things happening to FreeBSD so I guess it would ruffle a few feathers.

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