I was thinking about the BSD license. If it will make you happier I wouldn't support Xorg.2. So suddenly you forget what license is Xorg (or maybe Wayland?) is distributed under? How convenient!
Furthermore, making permissive-licensed software is a 'crime', but USING it is not? How convenient!
I read the presentation. W^X (or its equivalent) is also present in Linux. ASLR appeared two years earlier in Linus OS, but W^X is probably OpenBSD project.3. You must watch the talk he gave, not the interview (how about W^X?).
Let me politely point out here that Sergio doesn't even use BSD in his projects or even as his main computing platform which makes him the true hypocrite. Sergio uses Ubuntu with the Mir display server. And his project's license is GPLv3.Originally Posted by Sergio
By the way, Xorg already has many addons that are GPL licensed which makes the entire thing GPL not MIT/BSD.
Last edited by beetreetime; 01-29-2014 at 06:10 PM.
I was just thinking, "Wow, will this ever end?" but then-