Michael Griego mgriego at utdallas.edu
Tue Jun 7 21:34:28 CEST 2005

I like that version much better.  More diplomatic, but gets the point 
and seriousness across.


Alan DeKok wrote:
> Frank Cusack <fcusack at fcusack.com> wrote:
>>I was going to post the following on the linksys tinypeap forum.  Comments?
>>And/or we could submit a slashdot story.
>   Comments below.  Let's do some edits, and then go to slashdot, their
> forum, and gpl-violations.org.
>>Please don't use TinyPEAP.  The authors have stolen code from
>>the FreeRADIUS project (not the legal definition of "steal" since
>>code isn't physical property, but theft all the same).
>   I wouldn't go quite that far.  I would say:
> ---
>   TinyPEAP is using code taken from FreeRADIUS.[ref-proof] They have
> removed the authors copyrights, and are releasing the code under terms
> incompatible with the GPL.[ref-license]
>   We have contacted the tinyPEAP developers, and have yet to receive a
> response.  Until this issue is sorted out, we ask that people be aware
> that by using tinyPEAP you may be contributing to copyright
> infringement and GPL violation, and may become involved in any legal
> action resulting from this issue.
>   We have asked the authors to correct this problem by either:
>   1) re-writing tinyPEAP to remove the infringing code
> or
>   2) releasing the source code for tinyPEAP under terms of the GPL.
>   If the problem is not corrected, or if we do not receive a response
> from the tinyPEAP developers, we will be forced to proceed to the next
> step.
> Frank Cusack
> FreeRADIUS Server Project
> http://www.freeradius.org
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