Re: GNOME dependent on Mono

    And for as much threatening as Microsoft does around IP, they're not
    particularly active in litigating on it.

When the issue is about patent law, saying "intellectual property"
instead of "patents" only tends to confuse the issue, by spuriously
extending it to copyrights, trademarks, and other totally different

The same is true for issues about any other law.  The term
"intellectual property" may give you a feeling of deeper
understanding, but it is a spurious feeling because that understanding
is mistaken.


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