Re: using win 7 after january 2020
Travis Siegel <tsiegel@...>
I'm puzzled, why would say this isn't a legal practice?toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The whole point of opensource is so others can modify the software to meet their needs. There's nothing illegal about forking a project and making changes to it. Lots of mainstream projects came about this way, librioffice was a fork of open office, maria DB was a fork of mysql, and even apache has had forks become well known in their own right, though I can't remember the project names off the top of my head, and I'm too lazy to go look them up. Forking a project and making a new one is perfectly legal, and often times, it's even encouraged, because changes made to those other projects sometimes get rolled back into the original project, which helps everyone get better software.
On Wed, 13 Mar 2019, Shaun Everiss wrote:
Actually windows 10 isn't that bad to be honest with the right tweaks installed.