Matthew Garrett ([personal profile] mjg59) wrote 2012-01-31 18:38 (UTC)

Re: wrong motivation ascribed

Quoting from the elinux.org page:

"Litigants have sometimes requested remedies outside the scope of busybox itself, such as review authority over unrelated products, or right of refusal over non-busybox modules"

If you're in compliance for the kernel and all the other GPL code on your device then there's no justifiable reason for the SFC to ask to see unrelated code. The only reason for this to be a concern to anyone is if they're simultaneously violating the license of Busybox and some other GPLed component.

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