CNET News: Open-Source Programmer Rebuts Charge
Sep 21, 2004, 19:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A programmer has rebutted an accusation that he contributed
proprietary software to an open-source project called Mambo, while
his accuser has moderated his legal threats.
"Programmer Emir Sakic's rebuttal, posted Saturday, said the
code he wrote for a company called Furthermore was derived from
existing open-source code and thus could not be made proprietary.
Also, he said the specific code written for Furthermore was not
what he later contributed to the open-source project..."
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