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Intel Takes Open-Source Hyperscan Development To Proprietary Licensed Software

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  • Kjell
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    Rug pulling at its finest

    Don't support greedy companies.

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  • Intel Takes Open-Source Hyperscan Development To Proprietary Licensed Software

    Phoronix: Intel Takes Open-Source Hyperscan Development To Proprietary Licensed Software

    While Intel can be praised for their dozens (or likely by now, hundreds) of open-source projects they maintain and countless other existing open-source software projects they actively contribute to and are covered by Phoronix on a near-daily basis, not everything there is open-source. Intel is a wonderful and leading open-source promoter but occasionally there are closed-source blobs or questionable moves such as today: Intel is taking their Hyperscan library development from BSD-licensed open-source software to now the Intel Proprietary License moving forward...

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