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RE: [Full-Disclosure] Cisco's stolen code
From: Ron DuFresne (dufresnewinternet.com)
Date: Tue May 25 2004 - 14:41:53 CDT
On Tue, 25 May 2004, Ng, Kenneth (US) wrote:
> Brian: I will give you another good reason to not go near the stolen code.
> If you EVER want to work on any project that is even remotely related to
> routers, or routing or anything else that Cisco equipment can do, you can
> not have touched any of the stolen code, or your code will be suspect.
> (Your accounting package has queues? Cisco IOS has queues (I assume), you
> must have copied it.) Even if your writing the code entirely from scratch,
> because you have seen the stolen code, you may be suspect. Is it unfair?
> Definitely. But this is why the GNU people emphasize staying away from any
> licensed source code.
Well except all that code stoen from SCO <grin>...
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