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Subject: Re: Rybka's NPS - one presumption

Author: vladan

Date: 06:35:11 02/17/06

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On February 17, 2006 at 03:06:57, Robert Allgeuer wrote:

>On February 16, 2006 at 21:30:22, Dann Corbit wrote:
>
>>On February 16, 2006 at 20:47:25, vladan wrote:
>>
>>>Of course, as he said, he used ideas, maybe some source portions or solutions
>>>from Fruit, but it is irrelevant if he added (and that is the case) his original
>>>code somewhere, which amplifies playing strings for a major margin. It is not
>>>cloning. If it is, all of us are monkey clones (with 95% same DNK with our
>>>primate relatives :)
>
>If some Fruit or other source code portions were indeed used, it may not be
>cloning, but it would be still a copyright infringement. However, I do not
>understand at all, why - whenever there is a new strong closed-source engine
>around - suspicions are voiced that this engine were not fully original,
>specifically when there is zero evidence.
>
>Robert


I don't know the law that could protect copyright rights of the free and
open source program !






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