RMS, previously, on Sun freeing java

Alfred M. Szmidt ams at gnu.org
Thu Nov 16 14:08:44 UTC 2006

   do you understand the LGPL can be changed to GPL at any time by

Yes, and OpenOffice is not licensed under the GPL unless you fork
OpenOffice, and actually use that clause.  From which point it will
not be OpenOffice, but a fork of it.

It is quite simply, and doesn't require you to use foul language.

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