"As reported earlier on Linux.com, the case began in early 2006
when Alexander Rabinovitch, CEO of International Chess University
(IchessU) approached Alexander Maryanovsky, the developer of Jin, a
Java-based chess client, about writing a chess client and server
for IchessU. When Maryanovsky declined, IchessU produced its own
software, which Maryanovsky described as "95% my code and 5%
"When Maryanovsky's attempts to discuss the matter in person
with Rabinovitch were refused, he retained Jonathan J. Klinger, an
Israeli attorney with a familiarity with free and open source
licenses and a member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation."
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