On Oct 25, 2008, at 8:49 PM, Josh Berkus wrote:
>> Shouldn't the project get a legal opinion on how to handle patent
>> issues on the lists?
> You're right, we should publish this somewhere. If you believe that
> you have
> knowledge of a specific, genuine infringement, then you should send
> information you have to pgsql-core (and not to a public mailing
> list). Core
> will then seek legal help if it looks like the risk is serious.
> Any idea where we could put that policy up that people would see it?
"Don't kill -9 the postmaster or send patents to the mailing list!"
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