Re: How to make Debian more attractive for users, was: Re: The number of popcon.debian.org-submissions is falling
On Wed, Jul 21 2010, Will wrote:
> Also I imagine that it helps that they have some kind of commercial
> support behind their projects, whereas Debian has little/none of that.
One of the issues I have faced in trying to get Debian
introduced in big companies is the percieved lack of a coherent
copyright; and company lawyers being uncomfortable with the concept
that most licesnse pass the dfsg, but we can't guarantee that, please
go read several thoudand individual license docs to figure out what you
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