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One interview is "advocacy against patents"?
I'm a bit surprised that one article where Mike says "software patents are a bad idea", and then apologizes for a patent-holder is used as source for "known for his advocacy against software patents". I think it's an overstatement. BLP's Tone section says that BLP's should "avoiding both understatement and overstatement". I've therefore added the tone tag to the main page -- bkuhn 00:58, 16 January 2013 (UTC)