Yeelong and SiliconMotion driver: asking for developers

Owain Ainsworth zerooa at
Wed Mar 10 00:51:56 PST 2010

On Tue, Mar 09, 2010 at 10:22:28PM -0430, Octavio Rossell wrote:
> The idea of this wiki:
> is to collect all info for makin this easy. If any of you have more info
> or has a technical correction is ok (is on free editing mode) but is
> only a space where to put the info with an universal scope.

Can you please clarify what the comments about GPLv3 are supposed to
mean on that page? Is it a reference to a non-public discussion?

If the current driver is licensed under the MIT/X11 license (as it would
appear that it is) changing it without adding substantial new work is
legally questionable at best. Furthermore, changing this license after
adding to it could be considered to be obnoxious and anti-community.

A large number of installed systems work by fiat.  That is, they work
by being declared to work.
		-- Anatol Holt

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