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    OGP succeeded

    Arguably, the project didn't fail. We developed a 100% open source FPGA-based graphics card development platform, and then we completed a manufacturing run of them. Also, they work too. You can...
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    That's what Traversal was for!

    Traversal Technology, the commercial arm of the OGP, was specifically set up to do business in the commercial and military sector, even under NDA, as long as it was legal and ethical. For instance,...
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    ProjectVGA and OGP were mostly independent

    I'm not sure that anyone derived any related works from ProjectVGA. In any case, the PCBs were completely unrelated, and very little FPGA code, if any, was shared between the projects.
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    No company should be shamed for contributing...

    No company should be shamed for contributing honestly (anonymously or otherwise) to a FOSS project.
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    Nothing wrong with anonymous contributions to FOSS projects

    I'm the founder the Open Graphics Project.

    I don't fully understand Mr. Meeuwisse's objection. A respectable company was kind enough to contribute substantially to the OGP, but they requested...
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