Twin Peaks has filed its Answer to the Red Hat/Gluster Amended Answer and Counterclaims [PDF; Text]. Normally this would not be cause for too much excitement, but some of the Twin Peaks answers simply strain credibility.
First, Twin Peaks asserts that the term “Free and Open Source Software” may have different meanings in different situations. Certainly in the context presented by Red Hat the definition is sufficiently broad as to encompass virtually every interpretation imaginable, to wit:
Here is my previous post regarding this matter. Go fsck yourself, Twin Peaks.