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Bradley and Karen discuss the details of the completion
of the lawsuit (which Conservancy supported) between Christoph Hellwig and
VMware in Germany.
Hole, where the characters
are speaking too slowly or two quickly due to time
Hellwig vs. VMware suit in Germany has concluded
on his website
analysis how much of Christoph's code appeared in the infringing VMware
was Christoph's lawyer; Till was also the lawyer for Harald Welte's
(currently defunct) gpl-violations.org
refers to being a non-practicing entity. Patrick McHardy is specifically
a practicing entity, since he upstreamed a lot of code in
district of Texas hears many patent cases in the USA
hosts/producers Laura Sydell and Alex Blumberg visit one of those
“empty-but-not” office buildings in the Eastern District of
and Karen wrote about Patrick McHardy's behavior back in July 2016
— Conservancy was the first to talk about it publicly. Bradley
sought to prevent the “compliance industrial complex” from
using knowledge of Patrick's behavior to unduly scare people. (13:10)
Principles of Community-Oriented GPL Enforcement
except for Patrick McHardy
started his problematic behavior. While the VMware suit was working its
way through the court, McHardy had filed many inappropriate
work by everyone involved, the appeal
decision, and the lower
Court's decision (the latter of which was also translated
into English.) (27:30)
Statement Additional Permission, and the Red Hat “Cooperation
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