On 8/6/21 12:31 PM, Phil Bouchard via Std-Proposals wrote:

1)

"GPLv3 specifically states that you must grant all downstream recipients of a covered work an irrevocable, royalty free license to the patented component, or you can't distribute the software."

So Linus, the Gnu GCC and maybe Clang communities should be happy then.


2)

The ISO C++ committee can still add the framework I suggested after I've loosened the restrictions of the patent.


3)

Commercial usages or transitions to other languages can be negotiated.

Again if people worry about my "values", I can say all my efforts are directed on research and development in:

- astrophysics (already in touch with the ISS + muons experiment will prove the standard model wrong within a year);

- artificial intelligence (deep learning, GPU programming, artificial super intelligence, ...).

Where both are inevitable anyways.


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