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Re: Troll: Will lie for food.

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____/ Peter KÃhlmann on Saturday 29 Oct 2011 13:18 : \____

> Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
>> Peter KÃhlmann wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties:
>>> Chris Ahlstrom wrote:
>>>> I *never* called JÃrg any such thing.  Never.
>>> No need to. He is called far worse (and rightly so) in a lot of german
>>> forums.
>>> If you ever want to meet a social total incompetent twit, you have to
>>> meet JÃrg Schilling.
>>> You would be amazed by the amount of sheer lying and misrepresenting of
>>> facts JÃrg is doing to defend his undefensible stance in regard to
>>> changing the licence of the code.
>>> He is free to change it. But he is *not* free to outright lie about the
>>> reasons. And also not to misrepresent the effects of the change.
>>> That cretin is actually attacking Debian since years because they will
>>> not incorporate his GPL-incompatible code into their distro. As many
>>> other distros also don't do, for the exact same reasons.
>>    http://cdrecord.berlios.de/private/linux-dist.html
>> Let's just look at one statement there:
>>    GPL Â2c requires modified programs to print Copyright messages as
>>    intended by the original author. This is not done in the fork wodim.
>>  % wodim --version
>>  Cdrecord-yelling-line-to-tell-frontends-to-use-it-like-version
>>  2.01.01a03-dvd
>>  Wodim 1.1.11
>>  Copyright (C) 2006 Cdrkit suite contributors
>>  Based on works from Joerg Schilling, Copyright (C) 1995-2006, J.
>>  Schilling
>> So is JÃrg off his rocker, or just very lazy at maintaining his site?
> It is actually *far* *worse* that that.
> He is incorporating Messages in his code which are *not* compiled in by GCC
> because the infrastructure to display them is not existant in linux. It
> exists only in Solaris. In GCC those lines are ignored, as they are
> superfluous.
> He is actually claiming that because the Messages are not in the code in the
> way he defined them (which is impossible due to non-existant means to show
> them) that the fork is actually illegal.
> Naturally totally ignoring that his copyright messages *are* in the code,
> viewable by linux means
> *That* cretinous twit is the same guy defended by Hadron Larry and his
> filthy ilk
> No wonder that most linux distros totally ignore Schilling and his idiocy.
>>    The following Linux distributions currently work against the freedom
>>    of their users:
>>    Debian, RedHat, Fedora
>>    If you know of other unfree distributions, please report.
> Whenever Schilling finds some mentioning of cdrecord in some forum, he is
> claiming that the fork is "broken" and produces coasters.
> Ignoring completely the answers from people who use it since years without
> any adverse effects, or he is actually claiming that they are lying.
> If there are are other filthy bastards like Hadron, Schilling certainly is
> one of them. With the difference that he can actually write good programs.
> Hadron Larry is just a stupid poser

berlios' lifeline was recenrly withdrawn. Any idea how this affects Cdrecord?

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