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Marco A. Achury
Eric Auer escribió:
> Hi Someone,
>> You are not allowed to read this mail below this line. I am not
>> responsible for any content.
>> I am a fan of your project! Somewhere on your homepage it writes
>> there is no 100 % compatibility with MS-DOS because there are some
>> undocumented functions.
>> Maybe you are already aware of it, maybe not. The source code for
>> MS-DOS has been leaked. I am serious, this is not a joke. And I
>> looked inside the source myself.
> Then that disqualifies you for doing any work for the FreeDOS
> project, and of course it also means that you cannot be a fan
> of FreeDOS, because otherwise you would *not* try to create a
> link between our free open source project and pirated software
> and stolen intellectual property. Please read the old FAQ item
> about this topic, called:
> "I have the source code to MS-DOS. Would you like to see it?"
> Now for my personal opinion about this: It is completely worthless
> to steal the source code of MS DOS, because if I wanted to use
> stolen software, then it is a lot easier to just COPY that MS DOS
> diskette from somebody or download it than having to COMPILE it.
> Plus of course FreeDOS can do nice things that MS DOS, which has
> been dead since 1994 (release of MS DOS 6.22), cannot do... :-p.
> So, have a nice time with your stolen software if you like it, but
> please do not disturb this project by trying to advertise it to our
> users. Thank you and good night.
> PS: You will be pleased to hear that even the source code of
> considerable parts of Windows got leaked years ago. Old news.
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