Simo Sorce wrote:
> You should understand that "property" is natural only for physical
> objects, just because possession of a physical object can be controlled
> by physical means and cannot be easily replicated.
> Abstract objects like ideas, but also anything that can be replicated at
> zero cost without destroying the original, can't be subject to real
You mean I can't put a license on my code that says: you may use this,
but if you change it and redistribute it you must also redistribute your
Because that also means that I control what is done with my code. You
make it sound like all ideas should be in the public domain.
Do not meddle in the internals of kernels, for they are subtle and quick to panic.