The Inquirer: Open Source Coders Caught Stealing Open Source Code
Apr 06, 2007, 14:15 (23 Talkback[s])
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"Developers of OpenBSD took code from their brethren at Linux,
violating the code's licence, the GPL. To the horror of the Linux
folk, the OpenBSD licence allows proprietary use.
"The Linux coders went to great pains to reverse engineer
Broadcom's wireless chipset. The company's hardware is found in
many wireless devices, but Broadcom shuns open source.