> Actually it's not that simple. With the free BK license it's not _your_The reason it is worded that way is so that we avoid the situation where
> choice that affects validity; It's the choice of any person at your
> company deciding for everyone else. So if one OSDL employee uses the
> free BK licence, *nobody else* at OSDL can work on an SCM, even at home
> in their spare time. Technically, if any one of the other 10,000 people
> at my university work on an SCM, I can't use it either since they pay
> me. I try to bury my head in the sand and think that they aren't. In
> reality however, I can't vouch for what the other 9,999 people are
one guy is doing the work on $SCM and the other guy is sitting there
running BK commands in order to reverse engineer BK.
We aren't going to come make a fuss if you are using BK and some other
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