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    * Ensim HAS violted MySQl license

    I have been in contact with several companies and orginizations about possible license violations.

    I got a response from MySQl's Senior Account Executive, Mr. Kerry Ancheta, this morning. Here is his email:

    "Yes, Nick, that is a violation. I have left a message for Courtney to call me but have not heard back."

    The Courtney he refrences is Courtney Carr, of Ensim.

    It is unclear of the their violation because MySQl requires use use a (C) version if you do not fall under the GPL requirements. So this is most likely a (C) violation but it also goes to prove their GPL violations as well.

    Nick Powers
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    Seperate thread

    The reason I started a seperate thread was because this appears to be a (c) violaiton and not a GPL violation. The topic of the previous thread was Ensim's violation of the GPL.

    I mean no disrespect.

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    Its still concerning copyright and ensim...
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    close enough, can you address the issue in the other thread please
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