2005/5/22, Michael Snow <wikipedia(a)earthlink.net>et>:
Mozilla has been at this since 2001, apparently, and
it looks like they
still have some non-relicensed code. They also inherited the right to
relicense all Netscape-owned code, which is presumably still a
considerable portion. The Wikimedia Foundation's ability to relicense
content previously owned by Bomis would not get us anywhere near that.
And while I don't know how many people have actually contributed code to
Mozilla, I would guess that we're on a different level in terms of sheer
numbers. I have this sneaking suspicion that the relicensing process
would not scale very well, shall we say.
"The Mozilla engineers decided to scrap the Communicator code and
start over from scratch"
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