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From: Ben Rosenberg (benwhack.org)
Date: Fri Apr 19 2002 - 00:43:49 CDT
* Reckhard, Tobias (tobias.reckhardsecunet.com) [020418 21:25]:
::Disclaimer: This thread is going off-topic for the security list and
::I'd say we take any further discussion off-list. Since I fear I may
::have been ::misunderstood slightly, I'm posting this message to the
::list, but I'll ::refrain from replying to any followups (I'll try,
Well if you want to discuss off topic subjects you can join the list a
SuSE-Linux-e user maintains for such things. When the SLE became
overloaded with OT discussions and such he created this list.
::> Did anybody checked why YaST2 performs like star office :)? I
::> think yast2 is open source.
::Is that so? AFAIK, YaST isn't open source, so I assumed YaST2 wasn't open
::either. But I've never checked.
Yes, YaST1 and YaST2 are open source as in you get the src and do
whatever you like with it sans selling it. It's not FSF "Free Software"
but it's sure as hell open source and not binary only. This subject has
been beat to death on the SLE. Open Source means free speech not free
beer..the FSF def of Open Source is really should be called Free
Software w/ a side of source ;)
"I've never been quarantined. But the more I look around the more I
think it might not be a bad thing." -GC
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