writes "Given the recent confusion about LGPL on slashdot, and the concern it
raised for those convincing corporate legal departments to adopt to Free
Software, perhaps your readers might be interested in FSF's legal seminar on
the GPL and related licenses. The first one is in Silicon Valley, and
if it is successful, we hope to hold others in the next 8 months in New
York City and Tokyo."
Since the FSF and the GNU project have long created and fought for software that's shareable, Free, and Not UNIX
, what's taught at these seminars will probably differ sharply from what you can hear at next Monday's SCO conference call
on the "IBM lawsuit, UNIX Ownership and Copyrights."